We will address the issue with Kano Emirates—Kwankwaso

The matter of the Kano emirates will undoubtedly be brought up again, according to Sen. Rabi’u Kwankwaso, the former governor of Kano State and head of the Kwankwasiyya movement.

Following the deposition of Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II as Emir of Kano, former governor Abdullahi Ganduje partitioned the emirate into five parts.

After the New Nigerian Peoples Party won the election last year, Kwankwaso stated that Abba Kabir Yusuf’s administration would look into the dethronement and fragmentation of the emirate.

During an interview that was granted to several Kano radio stations on Thursday night, the NNPP leader reiterated that the matter of the Kano emirates would be brought up again.

The Kano Emirates issue is something that no one has really sat down and talked to me about yet, but I have no doubt that we will eventually figure out a solution. Is it going to be approved, rejected, fixed, or something else entirely? It will be reviewed again, and the necessary tasks will be completed.

A lot of things were here, and this was one of them. Nothing was done in a sincere or intentional manner. Everyone here and our listeners know that it was brought with a malicious purpose.

Everything you carry with you has the potential to be good or terrible; sometimes the former is good, and other times it is bad. So far, all I can say is that I have not been consulted at this time, but rest assured, we will meet to discuss and determine the next steps.

There were more demands for Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II’s reinstatement as former Kano Emir following the Supreme Court’s validation of Yusuf’s victory.

Alhajj Alhassan Yaryasa, a leader of the All-Progressives Congress from Kano, warned Yusuf not to attempt to unseat the five emirs from their positions on Thursday.

After hearing that some individual’s intent on sowing discord in the state and alienating the government and the people of the Emirates had recently urged the governor to dissolve the Emirates, he insisted that the counsel was essential for maintaining peace.

He warned that the state would face strong opposition, particularly among Emirates citizens, if it tried to dismantle the Emirates.

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