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Monday, March 09, 2020

Kano Government Removes Sanusi As Emir

The governor of Kano state, Umar Ganduje has on Monday, 9th March removed Muhammad IIas the Emir of Kano state. 







The announcement was made by the secretary to the state government, Usman Alhaji , at the State Executive Council meeting which held at the Government House in Kano. 

Alhaji noted that the removal was with immediate effect.
He explained that the state government took the decision to remove him over allegations of consistently refusing to abide by instructions and the rules and regulations of the state.


At the council presided over by Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, Alhaji accused Sanusi of persistent refusal to attend official meetings and programmes organised by the government without any lawful justification which amounts to total insubordination.


“The removal of Sanusi was reached in order to safeguard the sanctity, culture, tradition, religion and prestige of the Kano Emirate built over a thousand years ago,” Alhaji said.


“It is on record and in so many instances Malam Muhammadu Sanusi II, has been found breaching part 3 section 13 (a-e) of the Kano state emirate law 2019 and which if left unchecked will destroy the good and established image of Kano emirate."

“This removal is made after due consultation with the relevant stakeholders and in compliance with part 3 section 13 of the Kano state emirate law 2019 and other reasons stated above”.

The government has called on Kano residents to remain calm, abide by the laws while embarking on their normal business.

Meanwhile, heavy security has been mounted across major strategic places in the metropolis apparently to forestall break down of law and order.

The Guardian


This Ganduje no send oh....The day he held Sanusi by the balls i knew he was heading for the blokos..

80 comments:

  1. Damn!!!! Karma is bad ass bitch.

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    1. Broom wey hit first wife, go hit the second one too.

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    2. Jonathan gave Ganduje OFR, so Ganduje has to pay Jonathan back and luckily for Ganduje, Sanusi is a common enemy... Ganduje is a TERRIBLE PERSON & KARMA WILL VISIT HIM SOON.

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  2. I hope the governor is happy now.

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    1. I never expected to stay this long on that throne. Northern elites don't like people like Sanusi who would come and open the eyes of their people, take them out of slavery in the hands of the so-called political leaders. Sanusi is a radical who never failed to say his mind. He told them to turn some of the numerous mosques to schools so that their children could be educated, that's the genesis of his problem. They hates anything that would make the less privileged among them, equal to them. Sharia law is only against the poor ones, even when a serving senator was caught with two young girls in an hotel, he said it was his private life.

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    2. Iyke, one Gulder for you.

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    3. Your head correct!! What about the one expose with Big Gbola in sex toy shop that slapped a sales lady.

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    4. Shebi that's how we heard of the way Abacha removed Dasuki and put Maccido in his place. IBB settled Dasuki to be living the life quietly. That same Dasuki outlived both Abacha and Maccido put together. I read this after the unfortunate plane crash that killed the man and his son and grandson. God knows better and may have used Ganduje (however vindictive he is) to move SLS closer to a greater purpose. Laslas, the puppet he wants to put there is SLS's Bayero cousin so it's still in their family. Nothing spoil. Na the north lose correct forward-thinking monarch. Sanusi will rise again...higher just like he did after GEJ thought he'd cut him down. I am not using your phone, data or fingers to type o so post your view and keep it moving abeg. You have a right to your view as do I; even if I decide to comment 10 times.

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    5. You have written well only blind Jonathan followers will say otherwise.

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    6. Iyke Desmond,walahi you get sense well well no be small. Champagne ๐Ÿพ for you ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿพ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ’•

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  3. I read the news this morning and we kept screaming, nah wah ooo. Politics is such a dirty game.

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  4. Nothing concern me. Good for him. One by one in my little cousin's voice

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  5. Choi!!!How have the might fallen!! But does the Gov have the right to do that??? Kano people how far,do you all support this????

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    1. Yes he does, a Governor has the power to boot out any damn monarch. He had it coming a long time ago.

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    2. Maybe in other places, but I don't think a Governor has the power to remove a king in Yorubaland.

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    3. The governor doesn’t have the power to remove any king only the house of assembly does but the governor can use the house of assembly as Gandollar just did.This case reeks of a lot of vindictiveness and it’s so sad because northern elders that would’ve stopped this nonsense poured petrol into the fire instead just because Sanusi was trying to open the eye of these impoverished northerners.its sad

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    4. All over Nigeria, Governors have the powers to remove monarchs.

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    5. Anon, Governor Mimiko removed the Deji of Akure for beating the Olori and Awolowo also deposed an alaafin of oyo who was the present alaafin's grandfather. I know an Olowo was also removed in the 60s but I forget who did the honours then. The staff of office is handed down by the governor and the governor can also rescind the appointment. Even the British used to depose obas of Lagos leading to wars in precolonial times eg involving Kosoko, the Erelu Efunroye etc

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  6. A whole EMIR removed just like that???? Hmmmmmmm!

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  7. Chai, this kain thing dey happen? them dey unseat monarch?

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  8. He removed him because he did not dance to his tune

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  9. This is serious. I knew it will definitely get to this.

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    1. Emir Sanusi is by far wiser than the Governor of Kano.. it’s all conspiracy. When you speak the truth or stand up for the right course, you will be persecuted . He doesn’t reason like majority Almajiri”s. He is a learned man. Speak up, and they will muzzle you up.

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  10. He who kills by the sword, dies by the sword. If you know, you know......


    Definitely can't be bothered by this

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    1. Oga Jonathan. Sanusi kind of made him uncomfortable in office.

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    2. You are right. The word of God is legit. I am sipping some juice over this news.

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    3. Yes o, Jona serves a mighty God

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    4. Oga Jona serves a mighty God? The way some of u reason, ehen.

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    5. Some people on this blog are just daft. He raised alarm over jona looting and you guys are saying Jona's God is big. Shame on Nigerian looters like Jona and his supporters.

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    6. Anons please keep quiet and stop doing oversabi, most bankers are over happy cos Sanusi dealt with them, when he was to leave CBN all the taxes paid during his time wasn't remitted by him from the month he became No 1 til he left, CBN workers paid double taxes cos oga embezzled the ones paid, yet Jonathan is the only one looting Abi? Abeg shift if you have nothing to say

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    7. I think Eka is actually talking about the man that Sanusi beheaded/ murdered for which he was arrested and held captive by the Abacha government.

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  11. Hmmmmmmm.... This should not bring an unending war in Kanoooo... I know what am saying, these hausa guys have no chill peel...

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    1. As long as it won't get to the east, nsogbu adiro.

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    2. Lol @ Olive K umunne anti nokwa that side

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  12. Imagine this show of charade no respect for the monarchy in Nigeria at all dare speak the truth about them and face a dance organised by wicked Nigeria ants. Why was he removed? Is it because he spoke the truth about the Northern states? Was he the one that probed Ganduje? Anyways they say what goes around comes around.

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  13. See what monarchy has been reduced to in Nigeria.
    The Emir was not selected or elected by the governor so where did he get the right to do this wickedness to our culture ?
    The royal fathers did this to themselves simple, but long story.

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    1. I hope our houses of assembly will see to this. Our monarch needs to be save from all this greedy politicians.

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  14. The dethronement of Sanusi has clearly confirmed that only those who praise government in power can keep their positions if they occupy one. If there is any man from the north who speaks the truth, that man is Sanusi. I wept the first day I listened to his speech. I strongly believe that if Nigeria is going to remain one, Sanusi has a better future in Nigeria. Let the mediocre who removed him continue to have a field day. Their days are numbered.

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    1. I have always been of the opinion that Sanusi can do a lot better than just being emir, With all due respect to the people of Kano. Now he is free to do bigger and greater things. Their loss, our gain. Imagine a governor who was caught on tape shamelessness receiving bribe removing an emir for misconduct.

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    2. Very true. The man speaks his mind. The rich northerners do not wan their people to open eye. The rich remain very rich while the poor remain absolutely poor in the north. Thhey don’t even want any middle class sef. They like it like that.

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    3. Iyke, Lala and Shyla, God bless the hands you used to type this absolute truth. Sanusi is way above all of them on every possible level in this life. Let them chew the emirate like gworo and drink burukutu on top. Me that I've been pained since 2014 that an erudite (Northern) scholar like SLS has been taken to one "palace" and turbaned like egungun be careful. Mtscheew.

      Now my favourite administrator can breathe fresh air and join his fellow Economic Czars on the world stage. Let's see what else hunculu Ganduje will achieve after leaving office. Bitter loser of a thieving man!

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    4. God bless you. E ku iroju to the Kano for loosing him. Great plus to the nation.

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  15. Part 2
    3-26 loading
    3-12 should unfold between now and December

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  16. he was once suspendes by GOODLUCK

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  17. Will Sanusi now vie for presidential elections come 2023?

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  18. Sanusi still has lots of acheivements to be fulfilled and I don't think the post of the Emir is doing a lot of justice. Notherners can't handle the truth, so he was booted out. He will now take his talents where he is appreciated. See Ngozi Oknoji

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    1. Which talents. Those people he removed from the banks will laugh best. Let him enjoy his outing.

      Hope they pack his Maya into a waiting lorry
      Sanusi how does it feel? Come as anonymous and tell us.

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    2. Deep down everyone know Sanusi is an epitome of economic talents,the man his a radical on his own. Your hatred for him would not change anything. Sanusi will rise above this.

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  19. Why would a man of his calibre insist on being an emir in this age and time? He is more than the whole fucking Kano State. A man of such pedigree reduce himself to... High time to pursue higher goals, Sanusi, high time.

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    1. Thanks anon. Sanusi is in a class by himself. They couldn't handle that. Imagine keeping a man like Sanusi for "rankadede" and "ina geshe nka" purposes. Now he can go and fulfil his actual destiny.

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    2. It’s in his lineage.

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  20. Kelbertha vet ventures, 07035694213, 080348470809 March 2020 at 15:59

    Karma has everyone's address

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  21. God of Erastus Akingbola. God of Intercontinental bank Plc. We praise you for you never sleep nor slumber. Jehovah has the final say. ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

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  22. This isn't bad news. Seriously. Sanusi isn't suited to all that Emirates bukata. He's a corporate man. They did him a favour in disguise.

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    1. Well said..Greater opportunities awaits him both locally
      and internationally.

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    2. @amebonawork,this is a great relief for Sanusi. He is more than that ancestral seat

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  23. Just a pronunciation by the Governor removed him,is it that simple? I like the him sha

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  24. Sanusi's sack is the voice of Ganduje but the hand of Karma is a bitch

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  25. Watch Kano state go back to the stone ages under the guise of religion and culture. Such a pity.


    Ivannah

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  26. @Iyke Desmond. As a learned person, you should always deal with fact, nothing concern me with Ganduje or any monarchical issue. The only point here is, youre saying exactly what you know nothing about. Sharia Law is for anyone regardless of Wealth or position in the society. please ask what you don't know..

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  27. I'm in Kano now. People are heartbroken. Emir Sanusi is loved by the people, small fights have broken out on Kawo and near Emir's palace. I hope peace reigns because it doesn't take long for Kano peoplento have brain touch and start burning everywhere.

    This removal is a shame on the Kano Emirate, the throne has been disrespected not just Emir Sanusi.

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    1. Please be safe wherever you are. May God protect you guys,amen

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    2. Pls be careful o, my area is calm and I know God gat us. They hate the truth shah.

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  28. I never knew a state governor could sack a traditional ruler. Wow! Just wow!

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    1. Do keep up.

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    2. Can Ganduje try it in Benin Kingdom..him wan die

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    3. Them don mess up the monarchy system. he cant try it in Benin.

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  29. The moment he started getting more vocal and talking about the needless poverty and things ppl can do to better their lives they clipped his wings. Poverty and illiteracy are big businesses in Africa, those who benefit from it do not want the eyes of the masses opened.

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