From:Femi Oyelola, Kaduna
Some residents of kaduna have opined that this year’s Sallah is expected to be nothing but low-key because of the economic recession, Covid-19 pendemic and security challenges.
Investigations by Peoples Daily revealed that some market in the crocodile city known for hustling and bustling is now fading in activities.
A resident, Mallam Nasir Umar said the low-key preparation is as a result of the recent insecurity bedeviling the state.
According to him, kidnappers and bandits’ have forced people to the four wall of their room, saying traveling is now things of the past because it is only the living that celebrate.
Another resident, Dinah Dauda attributed the low key preparation to the current economic recession, adding that the economy was not favourable for elaborate celebration.
“It is no longer news that the country is in recession; therefore, I do not expect people to have elaborate celebration in this year’s celebration.”