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Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by fuckJones(f): 1:54pm On May 25
The Devil is in the Details….here’s the hidden truth about this story…

So, on June 8, 2014, Emir Sanusi ll became the Emir of Kano - after Jonathan “suspended” him from the CBN. Al-Haji  Ado Bayero had d!ed and he was considered a worthy heir to the revered throne.

The governor of Kano at that time was Kwankwaso. He was a strong ally of Sanusi. Sanusi fell out with President Goodluck Jonathan and fought against his second term bid. Kwankwaso and other northern PDP chieftains were very vocal and audaciously worked against Jonathan too.

So, Kwankwaso and Sanusi shared the same political views and ideologies hence, they were tied to the same “political movement” - it was easy to make Sanusi the Emir.

Sanusi ruled until March 2020, when he was dethroned by Fmr. Gov Ganduje.

[b][/b]WHY WAS HE DETHRONED

Ganduje, who served as Deputy Governor to Kwankwaso in his two tenures, fell out with his former boss. This stirred serious tensions and strains among the political elites in Kano state. Emir Sanusi took sides with Kwankwaso. This triggered Ganduje.

Sanusi, who’s known to be vociferous and fierce in criticism of anyone or govt he’s not in support of, waged war-of-words against Ganduje. He criticized his policies, and of course, the obvious kleptomaniac (corrupt) system Ganduje operated.

The last straw that broke the camel’s back was the defiant f!ght Sanusi put up to deny Ganduje access to a $1.8 billion loan he requested.
Ganduje had had enough and he was bent on striking back.
So, on March 8th, 2020, he arranged for a meeting with Kano Emirates and there, he dethroned Sanusi. His reasons were very laughable, of course.

He said, Sanusi showed “total disrespect to lawful instructions from the office of the governor.” He then added, “the removal was reached in order to safeguard the sanctity, culture, tradition, religion and prestige of the Kano Emirate built over a thousand years.”

Ganduje didn’t tell the public what “lawful instructions from the office of the governor” that Sanusi “disrespected.”

To ensure that his move of removing Sanusi stood, Ganduje hurriedly put up a bill, sent it to the State House of Assembly and signed it into law. The Bill further disbanded the Kano Emirate into 5 different parts - Kano, Rano, Gaya, Karaye and Bichi. He appointed Emirs for each location - of course, they all were his loyalists
Done and dusted, Sanusi is deposed and out of the way! He doesn’t have any more authority to speak. Ganduje is now free from his scrutiny and intense attacks.

Now, Abba Kabir Yusuf has taken over as the governor of Kano, from Ganduje. He’s a student of the Kwankwasiya political movement and a political en£my of Ganduje. He almost lost his governorship position to Ganduje’s stooge a legal battle, after the election.

It’s no brained that he’d move to reverse most or all politically-motivated decisions and policies of Ganduje - one of which is to install or reinstall loyalists or members from his political base - which Emir Sanusi is part of.

So, he colludes with the Kano State House of Assembly to abolish the 2019 law Ganduje signed, balkanizing the Kano Emirate into 5.

With the law now abolished, the 5 Emirates have been shut down leaving, the 5 Emirs sacked, leaving only ONE - which is Emir Sanusi.

So, this has to do with political permutations, battles, and power tussle. It’s simply the governors (political actors) using the traditional institutions to play “pin pon” (as they wish) and exact their political influence during tenure - it’s not about good governance or the people of Kano.

No clear difference between this and what Fubara and Wike are doing in Rivers state.

Hope this helps 👍

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Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by meum: 2:03pm On May 25
fuckJones:
The Devil is in the Details….here’s the hidden truth about this story…

So, on June 8, 2014, Emir Sanusi ll became the Emir of Kano - after Jonathan “suspended” him from the CBN. Al-Haji  Ado Bayero had d!ed and he was considered a worthy heir to the revered throne.

The governor of Kano at that time was Kwankwaso. He was a strong ally of Sanusi. Sanusi fell out with President Goodluck Jonathan and fought against his second term bid. Kwankwaso and other northern PDP chieftains were very vocal and audaciously worked against Jonathan too.

So, Kwankwaso and Sanusi shared the same political views and ideologies hence, they were tied to the same “political movement” - it was easy to make Sanusi the Emir.

Sanusi ruled until March 2020, when he was dethroned by Fmr. Gov Ganduje.

[b][/b]WHY WAS HE DETHRONED

Ganduje, who served as Deputy Governor to Kwankwaso in his two tenures, fell out with his former boss. This stirred serious tensions and strains among the political elites in Kano state. Emir Sanusi took sides with Kwankwaso. This triggered Ganduje.

Sanusi, who’s known to be vociferous and fierce in criticism of anyone or govt he’s not in support of, waged war-of-words against Ganduje. He criticized his policies, and of course, the obvious kleptomaniac (corrupt) system Ganduje operated.

The last straw that broke the camel’s back was the defiant f!ght Sanusi put up to deny Ganduje access to a $1.8 billion loan he requested.
Ganduje had had enough and he was bent on striking back.
So, on March 8th, 2020, he arranged for a meeting with Kano Emirates and there, he dethroned Sanusi. His reasons were very laughable, of course.

He said, Sanusi showed “total disrespect to lawful instructions from the office of the governor.” He then added, “the removal was reached in order to safeguard the sanctity, culture, tradition, religion and prestige of the Kano Emirate built over a thousand years.”

Ganduje didn’t tell the public what “lawful instructions from the office of the governor” that Sanusi “disrespected.”

To ensure that his move of removing Sanusi stood, Ganduje hurriedly put up a bill, sent it to the State House of Assembly and signed it into law. The Bill further disbanded the Kano Emirate into 5 different parts - Kano, Rano, Gaya, Karaye and Bichi. He appointed Emirs for each location - of course, they all were his loyalists
Done and dusted, Sanusi is deposed and out of the way! He doesn’t have any more authority to speak. Ganduje is now free from his scrutiny and intense attacks.

Now, Abba Kabir Yusuf has taken over as the governor of Kano, from Ganduje. He’s a student of the Kwankwasiya political movement and a political en£my of Ganduje. He almost lost his governorship position to Ganduje’s stooge a legal battle, after the election.

It’s no brained that he’d move to reverse most or all politically-motivated decisions and policies of Ganduje - one of which is to install or reinstall loyalists or members from his political base - which Emir Sanusi is part of.

So, he colludes with the Kano State House of Assembly to abolish the 2019 law Ganduje signed, balkanizing the Kano Emirate into 5.

With the law now abolished, the 5 Emirates have been shut down leaving, the 5 Emirs sacked, leaving only ONE - which is Emir Sanusi.

So, this has to do with political permutations, battles, and power tussle. It’s simply the governors (political actors) using the traditional institutions to play “pin pon” (as they wish) and exact their political influence during tenure - it’s not about good governance or the people of Kano.

No clear difference between this and what Fubara and Wike are doing in Rivers state.

Hope this helps 👍
Give credit to the person that wrote this. Share the link to it.

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Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by fuckJones(f): 2:08pm On May 25
meum:

Give credit to the person that wrote this. Share the link to it.
what have I done that you are after my life, I don't want to marry you, you are too ugly

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Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by Randerl: 2:18pm On May 25
Local government affairs all over NL.
Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by immortalcrown(m): 2:26pm On May 25
Wow!

Meanwhile, what is the source of this article?
Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by Lovelive: 2:30pm On May 25
Many thanks !


fuckJones:
The Devil is in the Details….here’s the hidden truth about this story…

So, on June 8, 2014, Emir Sanusi ll became the Emir of Kano - after Jonathan “suspended” him from the CBN. Al-Haji  Ado Bayero had d!ed and he was considered a worthy heir to the revered throne.

The governor of Kano at that time was Kwankwaso. He was a strong ally of Sanusi. Sanusi fell out with President Goodluck Jonathan and fought against his second term bid. Kwankwaso and other northern PDP chieftains were very vocal and audaciously worked against Jonathan too.

So, Kwankwaso and Sanusi shared the same political views and ideologies hence, they were tied to the same “political movement” - it was easy to make Sanusi the Emir.

Sanusi ruled until March 2020, when he was dethroned by Fmr. Gov Ganduje.

[b][/b]WHY WAS HE DETHRONED

Ganduje, who served as Deputy Governor to Kwankwaso in his two tenures, fell out with his former boss. This stirred serious tensions and strains among the political elites in Kano state. Emir Sanusi took sides with Kwankwaso. This triggered Ganduje.

Sanusi, who’s known to be vociferous and fierce in criticism of anyone or govt he’s not in support of, waged war-of-words against Ganduje. He criticized his policies, and of course, the obvious kleptomaniac (corrupt) system Ganduje operated.

The last straw that broke the camel’s back was the defiant f!ght Sanusi put up to deny Ganduje access to a $1.8 billion loan he requested.
Ganduje had had enough and he was bent on striking back.
So, on March 8th, 2020, he arranged for a meeting with Kano Emirates and there, he dethroned Sanusi. His reasons were very laughable, of course.

He said, Sanusi showed “total disrespect to lawful instructions from the office of the governor.” He then added, “the removal was reached in order to safeguard the sanctity, culture, tradition, religion and prestige of the Kano Emirate built over a thousand years.”

Ganduje didn’t tell the public what “lawful instructions from the office of the governor” that Sanusi “disrespected.”

To ensure that his move of removing Sanusi stood, Ganduje hurriedly put up a bill, sent it to the State House of Assembly and signed it into law. The Bill further disbanded the Kano Emirate into 5 different parts - Kano, Rano, Gaya, Karaye and Bichi. He appointed Emirs for each location - of course, they all were his loyalists
Done and dusted, Sanusi is deposed and out of the way! He doesn’t have any more authority to speak. Ganduje is now free from his scrutiny and intense attacks.

Now, Abba Kabir Yusuf has taken over as the governor of Kano, from Ganduje. He’s a student of the Kwankwasiya political movement and a political en£my of Ganduje. He almost lost his governorship position to Ganduje’s stooge a legal battle, after the election.

It’s no brained that he’d move to reverse most or all politically-motivated decisions and policies of Ganduje - one of which is to install or reinstall loyalists or members from his political base - which Emir Sanusi is part of.

So, he colludes with the Kano State House of Assembly to abolish the 2019 law Ganduje signed, balkanizing the Kano Emirate into 5.

With the law now abolished, the 5 Emirates have been shut down leaving, the 5 Emirs sacked, leaving only ONE - which is Emir Sanusi.

So, this has to do with political permutations, battles, and power tussle. It’s simply the governors (political actors) using the traditional institutions to play “pin pon” (as they wish) and exact their political influence during tenure - it’s not about good governance or the people of Kano.

No clear difference between this and what Fubara and Wike are doing in Rivers state.

Hope this helps 👍
Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by meum: 2:31pm On May 25
fuckJones:
what have I don't that you are after my life, I don't want to marry you, you are too ugly
Who be dis? Is that how frustrated you are that you left the issue & started talking about marriage?

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Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by Messina123: 2:32pm On May 25
meum:

Who be dis? Is that how frustrated you are that you left the issue & started talking about marriage?

Na hunger. Him don dey hungry ever since
Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by Entprys(m): 2:35pm On May 25
Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by fuckJones(f): 2:42pm On May 25
Lovelive:
Many thanks !


you are welcome

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Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by fuckJones(f): 2:44pm On May 25
Messina123:


Na hunger. Him don dey hungry ever since
do you always take alomo bitters or you are bitter by nature?

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Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by fuckJones(f): 2:45pm On May 25
Randerl:
Local government affairs all over NL.
Mr international, I salute you

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Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by immortalcrown(m): 2:49pm On May 25
fuckJones:
what have I done that you are after my life, I don't want to marry you, you are too ugly
Give credit to the original writer and share the link.
Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by meum: 3:11pm On May 25
Messina123:


Na hunger. Him don dey hungry ever since
E Dey obvious. I suspect say na man sef wey dey use female moniker.
Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by kevwemike: 4:13pm On May 25
fuckJones:
what have I done that you are after my life, I don't want to marry you, you are too ugly
bros marry her oo she go sabi Bleep ooo see her mouth for her profile na
Re: Hidden Truth About Sanusi Dethronement by BondRiv: 4:17pm On May 25
What did Wike do? Mention one. Fubara is the one taking illegal actions and embarrassing Rivers State. Running the state without a budget, choosing and working with his personal speaker in the government house and deceiving himself.

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