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Drama As Police Storm Adamawa Barbecue Party To Prevent Nudity

 The Adamawa state police command has prevented a party from holding over concerns of “immorality”.

In a statement on Sunday, Suleiman Yahaya Nguroje, police public relations officer in Adamawa, said there are concerns that the party might promote nudity.

Nguroje said anyone caught promoting such act would be charged to court.

“We restricted this event to protect the social dignity, culture, values and morals of the state, any person caught promoting the party or engaged in anyways will be charged to the law,” the spokesman said.

“Personnel have been deployed to conduct a ground survey on the organisers, sponsors and venue where the immoral party scheduled to hold.”

The police action came after a poster went into circulation for a “Yola Beach Party”’ scheduled to take place by 2pm on January 3

Interested participants were asked to pay N2,000 as gate fee for the show marked “18+”

It was to feature live music, barbecue and other side attractions.

The development is coming after Asher Kings and Queens Restaurant in Kaduna state was demolished for alleged immoral act.

The government had said the building was demolished over plans to hold a sex party.

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