We Will Not Be Intimidated Over Emir Sanusi’s Reinstatement – Kano Govt


The Kano State Government has stated that it would not succumb to intimidation over its decision to dissolve the five emirates and reinstate Emir Muhammadu Sanusi II.

A series of events have been unfolding in Kano since Governor Yusuf sacked five emirs in the state and consented to a bill which allowed the Kano Emirate Council to reinstate for Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Sanusi II as emir.

The developments have caused tension in the state, with security operatives positioned at strategic areas to maintain law and order as the emirship tussle continues.

While addressing newsmen in Kano over the weekend, the State Deputy Governor, Aminu Gwarzo, maintained that the government could not be intimidated regarding its decision, stressing that all actions were decided through a legal process.

“The state government decided through the proper legal process. Nobody will intimidate us from making a decision that serves the common good of the people.

”The importance of peaceful coexistence for the state’s progress and political stability is paramount,” Gwarzo said, stressing that Governor Yusuf’s administration was committed to restoring the state to its founding principles of peace, justice, equality, tolerance, and hospitality.

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