Nigerian leaders are only interested in their pockets – Sanusi

A former Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido, has said most of those claiming to be fighting for their geopolitical zones are only interested in their pockets. He noted that they used ethno-religious wars to get into public offices only to serve selfish interests. Lamido spoke on Thursday at The Platform, an annual conference organised by Covenant Christian Centre in Lagos and hosted by the church’s Senior Pastor, Poju Oyemade. The Platform is held every October 1 to commemorate Nigeria’s independence. During the virtual programme, the former Central Bank of Nigeria governor was asked to comment on the ethno-religious crisis in

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New Emir set to be announced as Sanusi is arrested, exiled to Nassarawa

Security Operatives on Monday arrested dethroned Emir of Kano Muhammad Sanusi II and whisked him out of the ancient city amidst tight security. It was gathered that the security operatives are heading to Nassarawa state where Sanusi will spend the rest of his life in asylum. Before he was taken away, Sanusi was said to have been put under house arrest by the heavy security personnel of DSS, Police and Military. The arrest was after the security operatives sealed off the Palace. An impeccable source at the Government House hinted that Governor Abdullahi Ganduje, who is presiding over an emergency

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“We Have Money For Subsidy Payment But No Money To Invest In Power, Others,” Emir of Kano Slams Govt

The Emir of Kano, HRH Muhammadu Sanusi Sanusi 11 (CON), says the Nigerian government must get rid of petroleum subsidies and think more about investing in power and infrastructure, otherwise the crisis to come in the future will be far heavier than the current state of the country. According to Sahara Reporters, the former governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) said this on Thursday during a courtesy call on Udom Emmanuel, Governor of the state, in his office in Uyo, the Akwa Ibom State capital. He also acknowledged Akwa Ibom as a very peaceful state and has recommended it

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