Kano State Emirate Council has said that Ese Oruru has not been under the custody of the Emir or any official of the Emirate Council.
The Council also said that the Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, instructed the handing over of Oruru on Tuesday.
Briefing reporters over the recent development, The Emirate Councillor, Mahe Bashir, said that the Emir did not endorse the action of the abductor, Yunusa, as recently speculated.
Mr Bashir noted that the Emirate Council had since directed that an explanation be obtained from the Zone 1 Assistant Inspector General of Police with immediate effect, as to what took place after receiving the directives of the Kano Emir.
The Kano Emirate Council also called on Nigerians to make inquiries and cross-check all facts before spreading unverified stories that may cause disaffection among various peace loving groups.
Meanwhile, sources at the office of the Assistant Inspector General of Police with headquarters in Kano confirmed that Oruru has been transported to the Police headquarters in Abuja for onward hand over to her family.
The 14-year old Ese, allegedly abducted in Bayelsa State and taken to Kano for marriage under Islamic rites was released to the Nigeria Police Force on Monday.
It was gathered that the Inspector General of Police, Mr Solomon Arase, instructed that she should be reunited with her family.