Some locals told our reporter that a small dispute broke out after a young man hit an ethnic of Chobo with a motorcycle.
In other news:
Borno, Adamawa, Gombe, and Jigawa states have lifted the lockdown order banning social gathering including religious activities, residents can now attend Friday prayers and churches.
Also, the International cattle market in Adamawa has been opened and they are to adhere to the rules of social distancing.
The Borno governor, Babagana Umara Zulum, has urged citizens in the state not to forget Boko Haram during their prayers at night, saying “they are now suffering from two plagues”; Boko Haram and coronavirus.
For his part, Governor Badaru Abubakar of Jigawa said: “We mandate that all those who enter the mosque must wash their hands and put on face masks and a two-meter interval in the mosques during Friday prayers. “
The states say that so far things have started to ease with the reopening of the worship centres, which is why they have done so.
Meanwhile, some Islamic clerics have called on the Kano state government to reopen Friday mosques to offer prayers as usual.
Some of the clerics said they hoped the move would help prevent the virus.