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Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by fergie001: 6:58pm On May 27
Court Orders Police To Evict Deposed Emir Bayero From Mini Palace


The High Court of Kano State has directed the Commissioner of Police in the State to evict deposed Emir Aminu Ado Bayero from the mini Palace in Nasarawa area of the Kano metropolis.

The court also issued an interim injunction preventing the deposed Emir of Kano, Aminu Ado Bayero, from parading himself as the Emir of Kano.

The orders were delivered by Hon. Justice Amina Adamu Aliyu of the High Court No. 7 on Miller Road, Kano.

The orders were sought by the State’s Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Speaker of Kano State House of Assembly, and the State House of Assembly in a suit against Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero and the four other deposed Emirs including Alhaji Nasiru Ado Bayero, Dr. Ibrahim Abubakar II, Alhaji Kabiru Muhammad Inuwa, and Alhaji Aliyu Ibrahim Gaya.

The order reads: “That an order is hereby granted to the extent that the Commissioner of Police Kano State should immediately take over the palace of the Emir of Kano situate being and lying at State Road Kano and evict the 1 Defendant/Respondent from the said palace pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice dated 24th May, 2024.

“That an order of this Hon. Court is hereby granted restraining the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th Defendants from parading themselves as Emirs of Kano, Bichi, Gaya, Rano and Karaye in the interest of peace in Kano pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice.

“That an order is hereby made that 1 – 5 Defendants be served through the office of the Commissioner Police, Kano State who is to ensure immediate implementation of the order of the Hon. Court in the interest of justice.”

The court adjourned the hearing of the motion on notice to June 11, 2024.

LEADERSHIP reports after signing the Kano State Emirate Council Law 2024, which dissolved four new Emirates in the State and restored Kano Emirate to its pre-2019 status on Thursday, Governor Abba Yusuf issued a reappointment letter to Emir Muhammadu Sanusi II on Friday as the new Emir of Kano and ordered the emirs affected by the new law to vacate their palaces within 48 hours. However, the State Police Command on Saturday vowed to enforce an interim order of the Federal High Court sitting in Kano, which is against Sanusi II’s reinstatement.

Embattled Emir Bayero has remained in the Nasarawa mini palace with heavy presence of security personnel, while Emir Sanusi II is operating from the main palace secured by vigilantes and local hunters, a development that has put the commercial city on the edge since Saturday.

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by vanbonattel: 6:58pm On May 27
Okokobioko !!!

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by immortalcrown(m): 6:59pm On May 27
Game of Thrones season 9.

Let's see how it will end.

I will continue to say this as this case lingers or escalates:
Nobody has used this battle to condemn the entire Hausa tribe. Nobody has said that Hausa people shouldn't rule Nigeria since they cannot rule themselves. Everyone is focusing on the individuals involved in the battle. That is very right. But if such a battle happens in the Igbo land, the entire Igbo land will be condemned and bigots will say that the Igbo should not rule Nigeria since Igbo people cannot rule themselves. The bigots will also drag Obi and IPOB into it. But nobody has dragged Boko Haram into the battle in Kano and nobody has used it to condemn any presidential candidate from the North. Why can't the narratives be the same?

Nobody has used this battle to condemn Islam. Everyone is just focusing on the individuals involved in the battle. That is very right. But if such a battle happens among priests, pastors or bishops, Christianity would have been condemned. Many people would have used the opportunity to say that Christianity is a scam. Why does the narrative change?

You are free to attack my comment. But as long as you cannot point out any falsehood in my comment, you are just ranting.

Thundafireseun:
Please keep quiet…
Always playing the victim card
Even when you are not mentioned or invited
You are just a hater of truth. Otherwise, point out any falsehood in my comment.

nairalanda1:
You igbos and yourbas should stop fighting each other on this site.
Every day, you guys come here and exhibit self pity and victim mentality. You attack each other for nothing.
Did anyone bring tribe here? No. You did. You and your yourba friend
Oga, stop the victim mentality. Enough is enough of this tribal fight on this site. Elections have ended.
Yoruba is not mentioned in my comment but your guilty conscience pushed you to mention Yoruba.

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by Thundafireseun: 7:08pm On May 27
immortalcrown:
Game of Thrones season 9.

Let's see how it will end.

I will continue to say this as this case lingers or escalates:
Nobody has used this battle to condemn the entire Hausa tribe. Nobody has said that Hausa people shouldn't rule Nigeria since they cannot rule themselves. Everyone is focusing on the individuals involved in the battle. That is very right. But if such a battle happens in the Igbo land, the entire Igbo land will be condemned and bigots will say that the Igbo should not rule Nigeria since Igbo people cannot rule themselves. The bigots will also drag Obi and IPOB into it. But nobody has dragged Boko Haram into the battle in Kano and nobody has used it to condemn any presidential candidate from the North. Why can't the narratives be the same?

Nobody has used this battle to condemn Islam. Everyone is just focusing on the individuals involved in the battle. That is very right. But if such a battle happens among priests, pastors or bishops, Christianity would have been condemned. Many people would have used the opportunity to say that Christianity is a scam. Why does the narrative change?

You are free to attack my comment. But as long as you cannot point out any falsehood in my comment, you are just ranting.

Please keep quiet…

Always playing the victim card

Even when you are not mentioned or invited

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by MarveworldG: 7:12pm On May 27
Peace please 🙏

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by ignis: 7:12pm On May 27
Politics have destroyed our religion and tradition.

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by Risingblue008(m): 7:12pm On May 27
As in
Sharper sharply

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by nairalanda1(m): 7:13pm On May 27
immortalcrown:
Game of Thrones season 9.

Let's see how it will end.

I will continue to say this as this case lingers or escalates:
Nobody has used this battle to condemn the entire Hausa tribe. Nobody has said that Hausa people shouldn't rule Nigeria since they cannot rule themselves. Everyone is focusing on the individuals involved in the battle. That is very right. But if such a battle happens in the Igbo land, the entire Igbo land will be condemned and bigots will say that the Igbo should not rule Nigeria since Igbo people cannot rule themselves. The bigots will also drag Obi and IPOB into it. But nobody has dragged Boko Haram into the battle in Kano and nobody has used it to condemn any presidential candidate from the North. Why can't the narratives be the same?

Nobody has used this battle to condemn Islam. Everyone is just focusing on the individuals involved in the battle. That is very right. But if such a battle happens among priests, pastors or bishops, Christianity would have been condemned. Many people would have used the opportunity to say that Christianity is a scam. Why does the narrative change?

You are free to attack my comment. But as long as you cannot point out any falsehood in my comment, you are just ranting.

You igbos and yourbas should stop fighting each other on this site.

Every day, you guys come here and exhibit self pity and victim mentality. You attack each other for nothing.

Did anyone bring tribe here? No. You did. You and your yourba friend

Oga, stop the victim mentality. Enough is enough of this tribal fight on this site. Elections have ended.

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by Racoon(m): 7:13pm On May 27
Real clash of the titans! Gandollar and his stooge emir just collecting it wotoporously. God help Kano State @ this moment.

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by strangest(m): 7:13pm On May 27
TINUBU 0

Sanusi 1

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by ATEAMS: 7:13pm On May 27
Lol
Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by MrIcredible: 7:13pm On May 27
grin grin grin

Ado BARAWO that has been living large on STOLEN MANDATE . grin grin grin

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by opamoses1: 7:13pm On May 27
Inuwa, Sanusi, Ado Bayero all have the same great grandfather. In the 1960s, people use to take on the first name of their father as surnames else, all of them would have been Bayeros. They allowed politicians to play them like table tennis.

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by OmoAlphonso101: 7:14pm On May 27
Na John Snow go win the war

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by thesicilian: 7:14pm On May 27
What an embarrassment. If he was a self respecting person he would not have allowed himself to be used by Ganduje in the first place to fight the rightful Emir Sanusi 4yrs ago

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by Paparazi2011(m): 7:14pm On May 27
Shall we begin………

Yes , let the event unfold….
Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by ironheart(m): 7:14pm On May 27
Counter court order

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by 1gbdata: 7:14pm On May 27
grin
Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by Pootle: 7:15pm On May 27
make a movie out of this afolayun

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by lonlytroy(m): 7:15pm On May 27
Very soon na only Almajiri and Sheepshead go remain for the country

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by gerrardomendes(m): 7:15pm On May 27
Gondollars in the mud. 2 can play the game
Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by 0m0luabi: 7:15pm On May 27
Nice one grin
Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by opamoses1: 7:15pm On May 27
thesicilian:
What an embarrassment. If he was a self respecting person he would not have allowed himself to be used by Ganduje in the first place to fight the rightful Emir Sanusi 4yrs ago
Sanusi though wasn't the kings makers choice. Kwakwanso then in APC selected him to spite GEJ, since Sanusi was anti-GEJ and exposed corruption in GEJ's government.


Twitter: @farooqkperogi

My Saturday Tribune column on the return of Sanusi as emir of Kano. Kano’s Muhammad Sanusi II has been rethroned the exact way he was initially enthroned and dethroned: in the melting pot of the politics of vengeance and recrimination.

And he just might be dethroned yet again by this, or another subsequent partisan government, given Sanusi’s infamous incapacity to rein in his tongue and to understand the wisdom in restraint and tact, which his position requires of him—and, of course, the juddering, hypocritical contradictions between what he says and what he does.

Recall that when he worked at the UBA, Sanusi had derided then Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso as a scorn-worthy “rural aristocrat” who “surrounds himself with provincials and places key posts in the hands of rural elite.” He characterized the Kwankwaso administration as “the classic comedy of the Village Headmaster in a village council.”

Kwankwaso was so incensed by Sanusi’s boorishness and Kano urban condescension that he threatened to pull out the Kano State Government’s money in UBA if Sanusi wasn’t fired from his job. Yet it was the same Kwankwaso who, for partisan, anti-Goodluck Jonathan political considerations, enthroned Sanusi as the emir of Kano even when he wasn’t the choice of the kingmakers.

And let’s not forget that Sanusi is a vicious, unashamed enemy of common people. His entire economic philosophy revolves around sheepishly advancing the annihilating policies of the IMF/World Bank, such as removal of every kind of subsidy for the poor while leaving intact the subsidies that sustain the sybaritic extravagance of indolent but overprotected elites like him.

Well, after destroying properties worth billions of naira and restoring Sanusi as emir all in the bid to get even with Ganduje, I hope the government will now get down to actually governing and improving the lives of the people who elected it.

The sense I get from people in Kano (many of whom are supporters of the government) is that governance has been on hold in Kano in the last one year in the service of retaliation. Not even the dirty water that Ganduje’s government caused to be distributed to homes is available now, Kano people tell me.

Anyway, when Abdullahi Ganduje dethroned Sanusi in March 2020, I wrote a column titled, “Ganduje is a Monster, But Sanusi Is Not a Victim.” On the occasion of his rethronement, I reproduce portions of it below:

Governor Abdullahi “Gandollar” Ganduje is no doubt a contemptibly philistine monster of avarice and debauchery who dethroned Sanusi Lamido Sanusi as Emir of Kano because he couldn’t stomach the former emir’s disapproval of the electoral fraud that brought him to power.

There is also no doubt that Sanusi’s unrelenting public censures of the rotten, if time-honored, cultural quiddities of the Muslim North discomfited many people who are invested in the status quo, and this became one of the convenient bases for his ouster.

But Sanusi isn’t nearly the victim he has been cracked up to be by his admirers and defenders. First, he rode to the Kano emirship in 2014 on the crest of a wave of emotions stirred by partisan politics and came down from it the same way.

Even though he wasn’t initially on the shortlist of Kano’s kingmakers, APC's Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso (who is now in PDP) made Sanusi emir in 2014 to spite PDP’s President Goodluck Jonathan and shield Sanusi from the consequences of his [false] unmasking of multi-billion-dollar corruption at the NNPC. Apart from his unceremonious removal as CBN governor for his [false] whistle blowing, he was going to face other untoward retributions from the Jonathan administration, but his appointment as emir put paid to it.

Now, Sanusi lost his emirship to the same partisan politics that got it for him in the first place. In an ironic twist, he was made emir by an APC government for making privileged [if false] revelations that disadvantaged a PDP government and was removed as an emir by an APC government for his overt and covert acts that could have benefited the PDP in 2019.

In other words, Sanusi’s emirship was molded in the crucible of partisan politics and was dissolved in it

Nonetheless, Sanusi, given his intellectual sophistication and pretenses to being an advocate of egalitarianism, had no business being an emir. Monarchy is way past its sell-by date not just in Nigeria but everywhere. It’s an anachronistic, vestigial remnant of a primitive past that invests authority on people by mere accident of heredity. Any authority that is inherited and not earned, in my opinion, is beneath contempt.

Emirship isn’t only a primeval anomaly in a modern world, it is, in fact, un-Islamic. In Islam, leadership is derived from knowledge and the consensus of consultative assemblies of communities called the Shura, not from heredity.

Monarchies in the Muslim North, which have constituted themselves into parasitic, decadent drains on society, but which pretend to be Islamic, are grotesque perversions of the religion they purport to represent. Anyone, not least one who makes pious noises about equality, that is denied the unfair privileges of monarchy is no victim.

Most importantly, though, Sanusi embodies a jarring disconnect between high-minded ideals and lived reality. He rails against child marriage in public but married a teenager upon becoming an emir. When the late Pius Adesanmi called him out, he told him to “grow a brain.” He suddenly became the patron saint of conservative Muslim cultural values.

He expended considerable intellectual energies critiquing polygamy among poor Muslim men, but he is married to four wives. His defense, of course, would be that he can afford it, and poor Muslim men can’t. Fair enough. But transaction-oriented reformists lead by example.

Fidel Castro, for example, stopped smoking when he campaigned against it. It would be nice to say to poor, polygamous Muslim men, “Why are you, a poor man, married to four wives when Sanusi, a wealthy man and an emir, is married to just one wife?”

That would have had a much higher impact than his preachments. In spite of their moral failings, Buhari, Abba Kyari, and Mamman Daura would be much more effective campaigners against disabling polygamy by poor Muslim men than Sanusi can ever be because they are monogamists even when they can afford to marry four wives.

This is a legitimate critique since Sanusi has a choice to not call out poor Muslim men who marry more wives than they can afford since polygamy is animated by libidinal greed, which is insensitive to financial means.

Sanusi habitually fulminates against the enormous and inexorably escalating poverty in the north, but even though he is an immensely affluent person, he has not instituted any systematic mechanism to tackle the scourge of poverty in the region in his own little way.

Instead, he spends hundreds of billions of naira to decorate the emir’s palace, buy exotic horses, and luxuriate in opulent sartorial regality.

And, although, he exposed [what he thought was] humongous corruption during Goodluck Jonathan’s administration and dollar racketeering during Buhari’s regime, he is himself an indefensibly corrupt and profligate person. In two well-researched investigative pieces in 2017, Daily Nigeria’s Jaafar Jaafar chronicled Sanusi’s mind-boggling corruption as emir of Kano, which apparently didn’t abate until he was dethroned.

Sanusi was ostensibly a Marxist when he studied economics at ABU, which explains why he exhibits flashes of radicalism in his public oratory, but he is, in reality, an out-of-touch, unfeeling, feudal, neoliberal elitist who is contemptuous, and insensitive to the suffering, of poor people.

He supported Jonathan’s petrol price hike in 2012 and even wondered why poor people were protesting since they had no cars, and generators, according to him, were powered by diesel, not petrol!

When his attention was brought to the fact that only “subsidized” and privileged “big men” like him use diesel-powered generators, he backed down and apologized. But I found it remarkably telling that until 2012 Sanusi had no clue that the majority of Nigerians used petrol-powered generators to get electricity.

In a September 1, 2012, column titled, "Sanusi Lamido Sanusi’s Unwanted 5000 Naira Notes," I noted that Sanusi was "one of the most insensitive, out-of-touch bureaucrats to ever walk Nigeria’s corridors of power."

Again, in my December 10, 2016, article titled, "Dangerous Fine Print in Emir Sanusi's Prescription for Buhari," I wrote: "If you are a poor or economically insecure middle-class person who is writhing in pain amid this economic downturn, don’t be deceived into thinking that Emir Sanusi is on your side. He is not. His disagreements with Buhari have nothing to do with you or your plight. If he has his way, you would be dead by now because the IMF/World Bank neoliberal theology he evangelizes has no care for poor, vulnerable people."
https://www.farooqkperogi.com/2024/05/sanusi-lamido-and-kanos-royal-ding-dong.html

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Lol. Presidency is on the side of Kano state government. They had sent Dantata before the announcement to prepare the ground. Ado Bayero is the sacrificial lamb. Just today, the Tinubu's government announced it was building 500 housing units in Kano via the nenewed home agenda.

Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by timota(m): 7:16pm On May 27
Let police obey this court order ad they are always quick to obey court order from Kano

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by PoliticalChinex(m): 7:16pm On May 27
immortalcrown:
Game of Thrones season 9.

Let's see how it will end.

I will continue to say this as this case lingers or escalates:
Nobody has used this battle to condemn the entire Hausa tribe. Nobody has said that Hausa people shouldn't rule Nigeria since they cannot rule themselves. Everyone is focusing on the individuals involved in the battle. That is very right. But if such a battle happens in the Igbo land, the entire Igbo land will be condemned and bigots will say that the Igbo should not rule Nigeria since Igbo people cannot rule themselves. The bigots will also drag Obi and IPOB into it. But nobody has dragged Boko Haram into the battle in Kano and nobody has used it to condemn any presidential candidate from the North. Why can't the narratives be the same?

Nobody has used this battle to condemn Islam. Everyone is just focusing on the individuals involved in the battle. That is very right. But if such a battle happens among priests, pastors or bishops, Christianity would have been condemned. Many people would have used the opportunity to say that Christianity is a scam. Why does the narrative change?

You are free to attack my comment. But as long as you cannot point out any falsehood in my comment, you are just ranting.

U ARE RICE














SORRY RIGHT

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by vb0mb(m): 7:16pm On May 27
Order pass order
Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by VirtualGem: 7:16pm On May 27
Hh
Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by hisexcellency34: 7:17pm On May 27
Sanusi should go and rest
Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by thesicilian: 7:17pm On May 27
strangest:
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Because it's not obvious to you yet that Tinubu may be one of those pulling the strings from the shadows to re-instate Sanusi

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Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by thatsleepboy1: 7:17pm On May 27
Re: Court Orders The Eviction Of Deposed Emir Of Kano, Ado Bayero From Palace by Dubetex96(m): 7:18pm On May 27
It's only in Nigeria that the executives buy judgement like commodity.


That's why you see state governors choosing who will be the state chief judge Incase of any judicial transaction like experte motion and frivolous injuctions.


Nigeria is not only a jungle full of wild animals but a glorified lawless state.

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