In a short response posted on his Twitter handle, Mr. Shehu said those scrutinizing Mr. Buhari for neglecting to follow up on the matter were "obliviousness of the kind of individual he is."
"He appreciates toons and preferences sharing them. The ones he appreciates the most are those that personification him," Mr. Shehu said. "Individuals ought to listen to the genuine story behind this canine episode and to not squander valuable time looking for the hand of the President in a ludicrous occurrence!"
Mr. Shehu's remark was the first run through the Buhari organization would remark on the improvement, which has snatched the features for almost two weeks and started wrangles about free discourse.
It likewise came a couple of hours after Mr. Iroko was discharged from prison, in the wake of burning through three days in a correctional facility while his family looked for assets for his safeguard bond.
The three days were notwithstanding the eight days Mr. Iroko spent in a police cell in Sango Otta, Ogun State.
Mr. Iroko was initially captured on August 14 by officers appended to the Sango Otta Division subsequent to accepting objections from a neighbor who said the name he gave his canine was hostile.
Salihu Umar recorded objections against Mr. Iroko with the police, affirming that the "Buhari" name Mr. Iroko gave his canine was the same as his dad's name.
Mr. Iroko was captured by the police and confined before he was at long last accused of a one-number of endeavored rupture of open peace on August 22.
Bolaji Ojikutu, the Chief Magistrate accountable for the case, allowed Mr. Iroko a N50,000 safeguard after he argued not blameworthy.
He was exchanged to detainment facilities in the wake of neglecting to instantly raise the assets.
Mr. Iroko met his safeguard conditions on Wednesday subsequent to accepting about N90,000 through raising support request composed by a human rights legal counselor, Inibehe Effiong.
He was discharged around twelve on Thursday and he went straight to his home in Sango-Otta.
Mr. Iroko's case had kept on producing discusses about free discourse under the present organization, with numerous Nigerians saying it was a humiliation of global extent.
The occurrence likewise got across the board scope from the universal media.
Eleanor Whitehead, Nigeria journalist for the Economist, said the improvement demonstrated that Nigeria had turned into a "police state."
Not long after his discharge, Mr. Iroko said his capture and constrainment brought untold injury on his family.
"The President must have a decent chuckle over this entire thing," Mr. Shehu said.