The statement was made by Abdul Nyasssect, a leader of the Tijjaniyya sect.
Thousands of activists had stormed the court to witness the trial of sect leader who was taken into the prison after he was rescued from crowd at Makwarari quarters.
Just yesterday furious youth demolished his modest resident located at Gida, Kumbotso local government area of the municipality.
The hundreds of aggrieved youths paraded towards Mandawari and Dandago area, and later to the palace of the emir of Kano, singing death to anyone that denigrate the Prophet of Islam.
The development has caused panic in the city of 9.5million inhabitants as police appears helpless so far.
Nyasssect leader was said to have “made unguarded statements against prophet Muhammad last week” during his traditional propagandizing at Goron Dutse general area of Kano city.
Old Muslim men and women, who wanted his punishment according to Islamic rules, also joined the activists.
It should be noted that future Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari is a Muslim from Katsina state.
He had spoken favourably in support of sharia law in the past and he has been frequently accused of being a fundamentalist himself, particularly during the campaigning period.
But the president-elect has always denied this speculation.