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Breaking: Sanusi’s Emir is upheld by the Kano government.

Following the court’s decision on Thursday, the Kano State government has stated that Muhammadu Sanusi’s Emir of Kano continues to hold that position.

This comes right after the state commissioner of police received an order from the government to remove Aminu Ado Bayero, the 15th Emir of Kano, from the Gidan Nassarawa tiny palace so that it could be demolished.

The directive was given to reporters at the government house by the state’s attorney general and commissioner of justice,

Haruna Isa Dederi, together with Baffa Bichi, secretary to the state government.

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Dederi stated that since the government has already made plans for the general rehabilitation and renovation of the site, including the demolition of existing structures,

Bayero had to be taken out of the government-owned land where he was trespassing. and the quick rebuilding of the crumbling brick fence.

The statement says, ‘As you may remember, we promised to keep you updated on any developments with our emirate cases during our most recent press briefing.

The Federal High Court No. 1, Kano, issued its decision about the case that was presented to it today, June 20, 2024.

I have the honor to address you once more regarding the ongoing legal issues resulting from the dissolution of the Five (5) emirates and the deposition of the former emirs on ‘behalf of His Excellency Governor Abba K.’

Yusuf and the Kano State Government. (includes the eight metropolitan local governments’ deposed emir)

‘The Government of Kano State accepts the decision made by the With respect to the Kano Emirates Council (Repeal) Law, 2024, the Federal High Court sees it as a safeguard of the rule of law.

The statute, ratified by the Kano State House of Assembly and approved by His Excellency the Executive Governor of Kano State on Thursday,

May 23, 2024, by 5:10 p.m., has been categorically reaffirmed as lawful by the court’s decision.

‘This portion of the ruling is crucial to the whole situation. The decision also implies that the Government’s previous measures, up until the appearance of the Supreme Court’s temporary order, are equally justified.

This indicates that the Five Emirates, established in 2019, are to be abolished, and their deposition is likewise supported by the High Court of the Federal Reserve.

This suggests that Muhammadu Sanusi II is still the Kano emir.
Additionally, the judge approved our request for a suspension of proceedings until the Court of Appeals resolved the jurisdictional challenge.

‘We are happy that the law was signed on May 23, 2024, and that His Highness, Emir Muhammad Sunusi II, was reinstated before the Interim Order emerged and was served to us on Monday, May 27, 2024.

‘Given that general reconstruction and renovation arrangements have already been finalized,

The Kano State Government has ordered the State Commissioner of Police to remove the deposed emir of the eight metropolitan local governments from federal property, which he is breaking in response to this Court’s ruling.

Breaking: Sanusi’s Emir

including the immediate demolition and rebuilding of the deteriorated wall fence on the site.

‘I would like to extend my congratulations to the excellent people of Kano State and urge them to maintain their peaceful demeanor as they smoothly enjoy their achievements. May Allah SWT keep guard over our government and state.

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