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LONG ROAD TO ‘FREEDOM’ FOR EMIR SANUSI AS GANDUJE DEMANDS PUBLIC APOLOGY

The face-off between Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State and the state’s first class Emir, Sanusi doesn’t look like ending anytime soon even with the truce reportedly brokered by the duo of Governor Fayemi, Chairman of the Governor’s Forum and Alhaji Aliko Dangote.
Arising from their intervention, the purported imminent sack of the Emir by Governor Ganduje was apparently averted but even then, it appears Governor Ganduje is determined to see this situation concluded in his own way.
The governor has been quoted as saying that Emir Muhammad Sunusi II must publicly apologise to him and the entire people of Kano State for allegedly dragging the Emirate Council into politics for the ongoing reconciliation moves to yield the desired result.
He made this known in a response to an open letter addressed to both men.
Ganduje, in his 45-paragraph response to an article, ‘Letter to Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje,’ written by one Jibrin Ibrahim in respect of the face-off  between the duo, also said, “Emir Sanusi has the moral burden to withdraw all court cases he’s personally sponsoring against Kano State Government as part of reconciliation conditions.”
The rejoinder, written by the immediate-past Kano State Commissioner for Information, Mallam Muhammed Garba, on behalf of the state governor, read, “It is very important to state that for the reconciliation to yield the desired result, Emir Sanusi has the moral burden to publicly apologise to Governor Ganduje and the entire people of Kano State for dragging the revered Kano Emirate into the murky water of politics.”
It also asked the monarch to extend a hand of fellowship to the emirs of Karaye, Rano, Gaya and Bichi and demonstrate his readiness to assume his position as the Chairman of Kano State Council of Emirs.
Source: Punch

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