The social media has been left a wash after Mustapha Bulama dropped another highly controversial cartoon. This new cartoon flakes is about the news that the Nigerian minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr. Isa Pantanmi is on the US watchlist for being a terrorist.
This has gained a lot of attention and hate from Nigerians towards the minister, however, the Hausa community are strictly standing by the minister that he has no link or relationship with any terrorist organisation. And a lawsuit suit has been passed to all newspapers that published this news to defame the minister to immediately retract their news against the minister.
This is why Mustapha Bulama created and very good illustration of the whole situation.
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Nigerians with hate for the other ethnic group don't agree with this Cartoon from Daily Trust as they believe the cartoonist is a warrior or an entourage of the minister.
Mustapha Bulama is blunt and criticises the government with his cartoon, if it is otherwise as this case, he will stand on the truth which I believe he is doing already.
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