Former Kano State Governor Rabiu Kwankwaso explained that the reason Governor Abdullahi Ganduje removed Muhammad Sanusi II as Emir of Kano had nothing to do with former President Goodluck Jonathan.
In a statement signed by his chief private secretary, Muhammad Inuwa Ali, Kwankwaso said Sanusi overthrew Gandhi because of the latter’s inferiority complex, not because of Jonathan.
The former governor added that Ganduje allegedly “cultivates pathological hatred towards the traditional institution of Kano”.
Kwankwaso said, “We know that Ganduje always feels diminished and inferior in the presence of the Emir, and we know that the Ganduje government cultivates a pathological hatred towards the traditional institution of Kano; so he had to overthrow him.
“We also know that Ganduje was madly obsessed with reversing everything Senator Kwankwaso did in the state. And we are aware, for these reasons, that the Governor of Ganduja has been appointed, ab initio, to destroy the Emirate of Kano. And Emir Sanusi II was marked as the first victim.
“Let me note that the governor of Gandhu and his cohort, Emir Sanusi II, were abducted and illegally dethroned because of the Emir’s progressive ideas on various issues affecting the people of the country.
“Everyone knows that Ganduje’s despair, which wanted to get a loan of 1.8 billion dollars and criticism of the former Emir at the expense of the loan, encouraged the illegal removal of Emir Sanusi II; it had nothing to do with former President Jonathan.
“It is common knowledge that the Emir was too progressive at the behest of Governor Ganduje and that is precisely why, after his illegal removal and the dissolution of the Emirate Council, Kano appointed an Emir who would not question his unscrupulous decision, even if they were against the state and its interests. people. “