Kano State governor, Abdullahi Ganduje has protested against the cartoon depicting the state as a cage.
His media aide, Tanko Salihu Yakasai, vent his spleen in response to a cartoonist was sketched by Mustapha Bulama on Saturday.
He posted an image which showed a character of of Ganduje in a cage while pointing at that of the dethroned Emir of Kano, Mohammad Sanusi II.
Sanusi, Friday night, arrived Lagos State where he would be living henceforth.
He had been in detention in Awe, Nasarawa State, where he was banishedto after his removal.
He can be seen in cartoon walking away and saying to Ganduje: “You can stay there.
Yakasai in a Tweet, described the drawing as a mockery and an insult to the people of Kano.
He said the Kano is not a cage and that state with “a thousand year old history and has produced great leaders and scholars” was attacked.
The Tweet said: “I see this as a mockery and insult to the entire people of Kano. Kano is NOT a cage, its a state with a thousand year old history, that has engaged in trade an commerce with the entire world for centuries, that has produced great leaders and scholars, Kano will continue to be GREAT ISA.
In his reaction, Bulama tweeted: “It was a cage for the emir”.
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