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Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by Faithdamy(m): 4:22am On Mar 14, 2020
AGF Malami, Kano AG ordered my detention – Sanusi

– Kano CP cited order from Abuja to banish me to Nasarawa

– I was harassed out of palace without taking my personal belongings

– Ex-emir seeks right to live in Kano, leaves Abuja for Lagos


Lamido Sanusi says his dethronement as Emir of Kano is unjustifiable but won’t take legal action against the Kano State Government.

The former Central Bank Governor, who has had a frosty relationship with Governor Umar Ganduje since 2017, was sent packing by the state government on Monday for “total disrespect for lawful instructions from the office of the state government”.

Specifically, the Kano State Government dethroned Sanusi, the 14th Emir of Kano, following an approval by the state executive council.

It also cited Sanusi’s alleged refusal to attend official meetings and programmes organised by the government without any lawful justification, which it said amount to total insubordination.

Sanusi, who said he was denied fair hearing in the process leading to his deposition, claimed his arrest order, banishment from Kano and subsequent detention in Awe, Nasarawa State, came from Abuja.

He claimed the Attorney General of Kano State, Ibrahim Muktar, and the Attorney General of the Federation, Mr Abubakar Malami (SAN), instructed the Department of State Services and police to detain him.

Sanusi said he was harassed and rushed out of the palace without being allowed to pick up his personal belongings.

He said upon his dethronement, an unnamed friend of his sent an aircraft to Kano to convey him and his family to Lagos but that the Kano State Commissioner of Police ordered him to be flown to Abuja in another aircraft without his family members.

Sanusi stated these in the suit he filed on Thursday to challenge his detention and confinement in Awe.

The Federal High Court in Abuja where he filed the suit on Friday granted an interim order for his release.

Justice Anwuli Chikere made the interim order after lawyer for the ex-CBN chief, Mr Lateef Fagbemi (SAN), moved an ex parte application earlier filed along with the main suit.

Fagbemi urged the court to restore the former emir’s rights to human dignity, personal liberty, freedom of association and movement in Nigeria.

He applied that his client be freed from the detention and allowed to move about in Nigeria apart from Kano in the interim.

He said his client had not been charged with any criminal offence to warrant his detention.

Justice Chikere granted the application, saying, “An interim order is hereby made releasing the applicant from the detention and or confinement of the respondents and restoring the applicant’s rights to human dignity, personal liberty, freedom of association and movement in Nigeria, (apart from Kano State) pending the hearing and determination of the applicant’s originating summons.”

The respondents to which the court order was directed are, the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu; Director-General of the DSS, Yusuf Bichi; Muktar; and Malami.

Justice Chkere ordered that the order for the release of the applicant and the processes filed in the suit should be served on the respondents through any officer in their offices.

The judge adjourned till March 26 for the hearing of the main suit.

By that time, the four respondents are expected to have filed their defence.

Sanusi was first banished to Loko, a remote location in Nasarawa, before he was moved to Awe on Tuesday.

In his suit, Sanusi said he “is being subjected to inhumane treatment and discrimination of all sorts”.

He said this through his Chief of Staff (when he was emir), Da Buram Kano, who deposed to the affidavit filed in support of the suit on his behalf, said his dethronement was baseless but would not be challenging it.

The affidavit stated in part, “I verily believe the state government purportedly removed the applicant from office as the Emir Kano on March 9, 2020 without any basis or justification whatsoever and was not given any hearing on any allegation on which his removal was predicated.

“The applicant is however, not challenging his removal as Emir of Kano in this suit.”

The deponent said since Sanusi’s “forcible relocation from the Palace of the Emir of Kano to Abuja, and later Nasarawa State, he has not been able to meet or unite with his wives, children, relatives and friends and that his rights have been severely curtailed”.

He added that that before Sanusi was served his letter of dethronement, the palace was cordoned off by police and the DSS officers.

He said Sanusi informed the CP of his intention to fly with his family members on an aircraft sent to Kano by a friend, but his request was rebuffed by the police chief.

According to the aide, the CP told Sanusi that the instructions he received from Abuja was to take him to the Nigerian capital alone without his family.

Da Buram Kano said, “I know for a fact that the CP refused the applicant’s requests for protection and to carry his family with him to Lagos and stated that he had no such instructions from above, but instead directed that the applicant be flown to Abuja and then taken to Nasarawa State.

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by abitex577(m): 4:58am On Mar 14, 2020
Ok
Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by daddytime(m): 5:10am On Mar 14, 2020
Lol

Story for the naive mugus

We dey watch the game.

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by Nobody: 5:25am On Mar 14, 2020
He needs to challenge the dethronement. But not ask for restoration.

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by allthingsgood: 5:27am On Mar 14, 2020
Faithdamy:
Lamido Sanusi says his dethronement as Emir of Kano is unjustifiable but won’t take legal action against the Kano State Government.

The former Central Bank Governor, who has had a frosty relationship with Governor Umar Ganduje since 2017, was sent packing by the state government on Monday for “total disrespect for lawful instructions from the office of the state government”.

Specifically, the Kano State Government dethroned Sanusi, the 14th Emir of Kano, following an approval by the state executive council.

It also cited Sanusi’s alleged refusal to attend official meetings and programmes organised by the government without any lawful justification, which it said amount to total insubordination.

Sanusi, who said he was denied fair hearing in the process leading to his deposition, claimed his arrest order, banishment from Kano and subsequent detention in Awe, Nasarawa State, came from Abuja.

He claimed the Attorney General of Kano State, Ibrahim Muktar, and the Attorney General of the Federation, Mr Abubakar Malami (SAN), instructed the Department of State Services and police to detain him.

Sanusi said he was harassed and rushed out of the palace without being allowed to pick up his personal belongings.

He said upon his dethronement, an unnamed friend of his sent an aircraft to Kano to convey him and his family to Lagos but that the Kano State Commissioner of Police ordered him to be flown to Abuja in another aircraft without his family members.

Sanusi stated these in the suit he filed on Thursday to challenge his detention and confinement in Awe.

The Federal High Court in Abuja where he filed the suit on Friday granted an interim order for his release.

Justice Anwuli Chikere made the interim order after lawyer for the ex-CBN chief, Mr Lateef Fagbemi (SAN), moved an ex parte application earlier filed along with the main suit.

Fagbemi urged the court to restore the former emir’s rights to human dignity, personal liberty, freedom of association and movement in Nigeria.

He applied that his client be freed from the detention and allowed to move about in Nigeria apart from Kano in the interim.

He said his client had not been charged with any criminal offence to warrant his detention.

Justice Chikere granted the application, saying, “An interim order is hereby made releasing the applicant from the detention and or confinement of the respondents and restoring the applicant’s rights to human dignity, personal liberty, freedom of association and movement in Nigeria, (apart from Kano State) pending the hearing and determination of the applicant’s originating summons."

The respondents to which the court order was directed are, the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu; Director-General of the DSS, Yusuf Bichi; Muktar; and Malami.

Justice Chkere ordered that the order for the release of the applicant and the processes filed in the suit should be served on the respondents through any officer in their offices.

The judge adjourned till March 26 for the hearing of the main suit.

By that time, the four respondents are expected to have filed their defence.

Sanusi was first banished to Loko, a remote location in Nasarawa, before he was moved to Awe on Tuesday.

In his suit, Sanusi said he “is being subjected to inhumane treatment and discrimination of all sorts”.

He said this through his Chief of Staff (when he was emir), Da Buram Kano, who deposed to the affidavit filed in support of the suit on his behalf, said his dethronement was baseless but would not be challenging it.


SOURCE: https://www.freshreporters.com/2020/03/agf-malami-kano-ag-ordered-my-detention.html



Fake news

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by Akorede02(m): 5:30am On Mar 14, 2020
Let it be known to you all ever committed nairalanders that this hell of a government is using our rights, freedom, peace and most importantly our wisdom to play game ( Chess) . This Sanusi issues is used to deviate our consciousness about the government operation. After this, there would be another and another. Within a short period of time. We will all be amazed. I do love Nigeria, I also love to see it shine.

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by Nobody: 5:53am On Mar 14, 2020
We love you but do you have an evidence?
What if it was Lai Mohammed that ordered ur detention??

Just saying

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by jarawa: 7:59am On Mar 14, 2020
ok
Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by mcmbonu: 8:00am On Mar 14, 2020
He needs to challenge the dethronement. If you are with me hit like

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by David765: 8:00am On Mar 14, 2020
Okay
Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by iCauseTrouble: 8:01am On Mar 14, 2020
embarassed
Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by Asadujames202(m): 8:01am On Mar 14, 2020
Remember, we rise by lifting others.
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Help a brother!

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by David768: 8:01am On Mar 14, 2020
Hmmm

Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by jumich1(m): 8:01am On Mar 14, 2020
According to the English dictionary; An attorney is, a lawyer; one who advises or represents others in legal matters as a profession.
An agent or representative authorized to act on someone else's behalf.

But in our own clime, it seems to mean; a lawyer who the government uses to oppress its citizens that is critical of them, nawao angry angry angry

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by ednut1(m): 8:01am On Mar 14, 2020
Mr sanusi sell your 2 roll royce gifts and use am for kano people and also fly air peace instead of private jets . Stop all this yeye hypocrisy

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by mcmukoko12(m): 8:01am On Mar 14, 2020
Ok
Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by Dpharisee: 8:01am On Mar 14, 2020
This is why there is no rioting in Kano, the people are becoming more educated and have access to social media.
In the past by now Igbos and southerners would have been blamed to divert attention and 5000 Igbo traders shops would have been vandalized by illiterate ignoramuses.
Kano is growing gradually as a cosmopolitan city with education

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by gurunlocker: 8:02am On Mar 14, 2020
If AGF could be aware, that means someone at the top that won't talk is also aware..... grin grin

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by iammo(m): 8:02am On Mar 14, 2020
cool



Noise making drama king don resume again...

Spoke of Poverty and Lack of Education yet spends N4billion to renovate already lovely palace

Never built a single bock of classroom in his lifetime, yet he shows off Rolls Royce on IG like Dino melaye

Spoke about teenage marriage, yet married an 18 year old adamawa princess

Spoke about over population in the North yet married 4 wives while Sultan has just one, even as a grandfather he is still impregnating his wives without guarantee he would live long to even train them


.

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by Nobody: 8:02am On Mar 14, 2020
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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by Amuluonyenaego: 8:03am On Mar 14, 2020
why accusing Dss and police before

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by vibbb: 8:03am On Mar 14, 2020
You are far too big for just one state to manage (considering your vast knowledge in economics and nation building policy); the world needs you.

Welcome to the world, #Explore.

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by ArmaniUhuru: 8:03am On Mar 14, 2020
What If all of this dethronement katakata is just a conspiracy to draw sympathy towards Sanusi for his presidential ambition, since a king can't become the president







This people matter dey very confusing.

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by NaijaMutant(f): 8:03am On Mar 14, 2020
We've always know it was Buhari that was pulling the strings behind using Ganduje grin





They can all burn, I don't care undecided

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by realstars: 8:04am On Mar 14, 2020
It is a pity that all this has befall on him, but if its the hand of karma, i have nothing to blame God, he'' will lead him to the promises land.
Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by Sonnobax15(m): 8:05am On Mar 14, 2020
sad And some people here were blaming buhari for dethroning him..

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Re: Sanusi: Abubakar Malami, Ibrahim Muktar, Kano AG Ordered My Detention by whytediamond(m): 8:05am On Mar 14, 2020
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