Kannywood actor and singer, Sani Danja, has criticised the Kano State government for locking up his photo and recording studio in Kano.
He called the action a political clampdown on the ‘opposition’ in the entertainment industry.
The actor, who spoke with the BBC Hausa, said it was indeed a clampdown on him by the Kano government for being a PDP member.
“Let me inform you that they are just beating around the bush,” he said.
”They should come out and tell the world why they locked up my studio. They say I did not register my studio with the relevant authorities. Who will say that? I did everything but they are saying it is because of registration,” he said.
“All I want them to know is that staying in the opposition is not a crime. They should rather accept that for…