Sanusi Reunites With Ganduje After 2 Years
It was a reunion day for Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State and the former Emir of Kano, Khalifa Muhammadu Sanusi II when the duo met at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja, on Monday.
It is informative to know that this is the first time that both men would be seen together since Ganduje dethroned Sanusi in 2020.
In a short clip capturing their meeting, the former Emir and Ganduje could be seen shaking hands at a lounge in the airport as the latter grinned.
The governor had removed the monarch on March 9, 2020, over what he described as “total disrespect to lawful instructions from the office of the governor”.
Sanusi was also banished from Kano and sent to Loko, a remote community in Nasarawa State, while the expenses of the emirate under him were probed.
One year later, the governor said he took the decision to save the system and the traditional institution from abuse.
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