The political activist has remained one of the harshest critics of Muhammadu Buhari whose tenure has been marred by untold poverty, insecurity, energy crisis and inflation.
“You want to arrest anyone still using Twitter?”
Mr Wike wondered why the Buhari-led administration would continue to allow Mr Pantami to remain in office.
The minister’s supporters described the famous political activist as an unbeliever who hates Islam and Muslims on social media.
“This has become necessary because all other constitutional means of checkmating a thieving public official have been eroded or deliberately weakened by those who ordinarily should be checkmating
The artists, activists and commentators were sued in October.
Keen on downplaying the impact of a potential travel ban, Mr. Buratai said he never stepped out of Nigeria until he turned 50 and a general.
Nigerians are taking to the streets worldwide to protest widespread poverty, insecurity, crippling loans, worsening attacks on human rights, amongst others.