Reactions trails as Gov Ganduje signs Emir’s Appointment and Disposition into Law

– Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State yesterday signed into law the Emir’s Appointment and Disposition Amendment law

– The move is to decentralized the power of the Kano Emirate council

According to a recent report, the Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Ganduje yesterday took a new move that will bring about change in the traditional rulership in the state.

Gov. Ganduje yesterday signed into law the Emir’s Appointment and Disposition Amendment law.

According to report, the new law was created to decentralized the powerful Kano Emirate Council.

With this new law signed into bill, Kano state will no longer have one emirate overseeing the affairs of the 40 local government areas in the state but five Emirate henceforth.

The new law effectively reduced the influence of the Emir of Kano and former Central Bank of Nigeria CBN Governor, Alh. Mohammed Sanusi II.

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Following the signing of the Law, Nigerians have taken to various media to react to the move by Gov. Ganduje, below are some of them

If Emir Sanusi Lamido, Sultan of Sokoto or any other traditional leader wants to talk politic & behave like politicians let them resign from d throne 2b d Politician of their dreams! But as Kings they shud behave & act like everyone’s father otherwise Ganduje‘s style is d answer
Ganduje came for the emir, but his actions breaks the heart of hundreds of thousands. We can only pray for peace in days to come.
Sleep mode activated! Kano, Ganduje, Sanusi and the Emirate shall be discussed when I am up.
Gov.Ganduje should understand that Emir Sanusi never rigged himself into office while a CBN governor. He is surely up to the task.
That can only be an example in normal circumstances. But Ganduje is a criminal, he shouldn’t have a problem because the Emir frowns at his rule. If anything the Emir has not made any statements in support of the opposition

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