The opposition party asked the state government to tread with caution the handling of issues, warning that it should avoid anything that will escalate security problems in the country.
National Chairman of the party, Prince Uche Secondus, made this known to reporters in Abuja on Tuesday.
He said while it would not dabble into the powers of the state or anyone to look into the alleged issue of corruption, it, however, said that those in authority must allow common sense to prevail.
Secondus said, “We are facing security problems all over the country. Bandits have taken over the North-West that is known for peace. We should therefore not do anything that will further polarise Kano, which is the headquarters of commerce in the entire northern region.
“I will appeal to those behind any move that could cause a crisis in the state to allow common sense to prevail. We have enough crises in the land to deal with, and I do not think splitting of the emirate is as important as the killings, hunger, unemployment and other vices that have taken over the country.”