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Former Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II, has faulted the Kano State authorities over the issuance of his dethronement letter.
Sanusi in a video circulating on-line stated he’s transferring on and doesn’t need to return to the throne following his banishment.
Based on the deposed Emir, his removing was so badly accomplished that he might have challenged it in court docket if he needed the throne again.
“I’ve accomplished what I might in six years, I’m transferring on. I don’t need to return. The reality is, if I had needed to return, the dethronement letter was so badly written, it was not accomplished professionally. The best factor is simply to go to court docket.
“It’s a easy, truthful listening to, ‘did you query him? Did you ask him to defend himself? Did you even call him to ask him any question?’ That’s all however I believe we must always go on to a brand new part in life,” he stated.
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His comment comes after a Federal Excessive Courtroom sitting in Abuja granted an interim order in search of his launch from detention in Nasarawa.
Justice Anwuli Chikere granted the order in keeping with the prayers on the exparte movement filed on behalf of the deposed Emir by Mr Lateef Fagbemi SAN.
The previous Emir had on Thursday approached the court docket in search of an interim order of the court docket directing his instant launch from detention.
On Monday, Sanusi was dethroned as Emir by the Kano state authorities, which accused him of insubordination.
Nonetheless, Mr Sanusi’s supporters imagine his sack was motivated by his frosty relationship with Governor Abdullahi Ganduje.