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Thursday, December 24, 2020

Kano Singer Lands In Hot Soup For Featuring Married Woman In Music Video

 According to reports, the Kwali Police Division in Kano State was ordered to probe Rarara, stating that the act was unIslamic.


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Dauda Kahutu Rarara and the woman he feautured, Maryam Muhammad

A political Hausa musician in Kano state, Dauda Kahutu Rarara has landed himself in trouble after he featured a married woman in his latest music video.



According to reports, the Kwali Police Division in Kano State was ordered to probe Rarara, stating that the act was unIslamic.

The state Sharia Court demanded the police to investigate the singer and present its findings to the court for further decision.

Rarara had featured one Maryam Muhammad, 20 in one of his music videos titled ‘JAHATA JAHATA TACE’.

The development, however, caused him trouble after Maryam’s husband filed a suit against him for featuring his wife in the production.

In his ruling, the Sharia court judge, Sarki Yola, noted that ‘the court can not dismiss the suit instituted by the husband of Maryam, on the claim that the singer was not aware of her marital status.”

Yola, therefore, asked the Kwali Police Station to look into the matter thoroughly and present its findings to the court. Naija News understands that Rarara is the official political singer for President Muhammadu Buhari and many other APC leaders in the country.

Further reports revealed that the woman in question, Maryam Muhammad had left her husband Abdulkadir Inuwa at home a few months after their wedding without his knowledge until she appeared in the music video with Rarara.

The counsel for the singer had asked the court to dismiss the case, as no investigation has been done by the police on the claims of the husband

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