Sanusi breaks his silence after dethronement as Emir of Kano

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The dethroned Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II

Muhammadu Sanusi II has broken the silence of his on the removal from office. This’s coming after the former leader was dethroned on Monday, March nine, following allegations of constantly refusing to abide by the state government’s guidelines. The former monarch in a video which lasted more than 4 minutes and also was captured in Hausa reacted to the dethronement of his by the Kano government. As per Premium Times, Sanusi in the message stating that he was reportedly captured at the palace before he was whisked away into exile accepted the dethronement of his as an action of destiny.
“As I often say, leadership has predetermined tenure, the days Allah destined are actually numbered. When the days show up to an end one should leave. We’ve acknowledged any Allah decides. We’ve agreed. We value (God). We’re happy and we understand it’s what’s most beneficial for us.” In an additional article by Daily Trust, the former standard ruler of Kano stated in the faith which is good that he’s recognized what has happened to him. He called on the associates of his as well as the individuals of Kano to exist in peace and support the brand new Emir of Kano Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero.

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Legit.ng previously reported that the Kano state government announced Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero when the brand new emir for the early town. The Nation reports that Bayero, the son of late Emir Ado Bayero, replaced Muhammad Sanusi eleven, who was dethroned and banished to Nasarawa state. 4 kingmakers of Kano elected a new emir, using the deposition of Emir Muhammadu Sanusi II earlier on Monday, March nine. In a similar development, former President Olusegun Obasanjo has released a statement in response to the dethronement of Mallam Muhammadu Sanusi II as the Emir of Kano. The former president in a letter dated Monday, March nine, and addressed to the sacked monarch described Sanusi’s dethronement as “sad and good news”. The letter was discussed on Twitter by former Kogi state senator, Dino Melaye.

 

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