Former Emir Addresses Recent Political Shifts: Sanusi Delivers Insights on Kano’s APC and Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna
In a widely circulated video, Muhammed Sanusi II, the former Emir of Kano State, shares his views on the recent political events unfolding in Kano, specifically focusing on the All Progressives Congress (APC) and its governorship candidate, Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna.
APC’s Support for Gawuna Overturned: Supreme Court’s Verdict Alters Political Landscape in Kano
Muhammed Sanusi II comments on the tumultuous journey of Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna, the APC-endorsed candidate for the governorship position in Kano.
The National Chairman, Abdullahi Ganduje, had backed Gawuna’s bid after the sacking of Governor Kabiru Abba Yusuf of the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) by the tribunal and Appeal courts.
However, the Supreme Court’s recent judgment reversed this decision.
Gawuna Accepts Supreme Court’s Verdict: Sanusi Questions Timing of APC’s Acknowledgment of Defeat
Responding to the Supreme Court’s ruling, Nasiru Yusuf Gawuna accepts the decision, attributing it to God’s will in an interview with BBC Hausa.
Muhammed Sanusi II, however, critiques the timing of the APC’s acceptance, suggesting it came too late.
Sanusi emphasizes the importance of acknowledging destiny, stating that attempts to manipulate through the courts were futile against God’s plan.
Sanusi’s Perspective on Election Dynamics: Emphasizes Importance of Accepting Destiny
Muhammed Sanusi II offers insights into the broader context of elections and destiny. He highlights the shared injustice when attempts are made to stifle the electorate’s choice and criticizes the use of corrupt judges to manipulate power.
Sanusi underscores the significance of accepting God’s decision, emphasizing that true acceptance should come after the polls.
Prayers for Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf: Sanusi Advocates Fulfillment of Campaign Promises
While sharing his thoughts, Muhammed Sanusi II extends his prayers for the success of Governor Abba Kabir Yusuf.
He urges the governor to fulfill his campaign promises and underscores the democratic principle that allows voters to hold leaders accountable.
Sanusi concludes by expressing hope that politicians in Kano and beyond will learn from the democratic practices of developed nations.
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