Ahmad Abdul, a singer accused of blasphemy in his latest song has apologised to the Muslim Umma, Kano government and Islamic scholars.

Abdul’s song reportedly created near chaos and violence, following reactions from his followers in Kano state.

The singer said he has regretted singing the song.

It was gathered the singer was detained by the Department of State Security (DSS), a development which saved his life from irate members of the public.

It was gathered the singer was detained by the Department of State Security (DSS), a development which saved his life from irate members of the public.

“I never knew the song was against Islamic teachings and could cause uproar. I wouldn’t have done it. But I have now understood the implication and I accept my mistakes.

“I hereby tender my heartfelt apology to Kano people -Ullamas, the government and the State Censorship Board,” the musician said.

The singer was on Friday granted conditional bail by the DSS.

The song for which he is accused of blasphemy has not been screened by the Kano Censorship Board, it was learnt.

Singers accused of blasphemy are usually tried by the Sharia Court and subject to death sentence if found guilty.

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