Kano Emirate: Why I Visited NSA Ribadu – Gov Yusuf

    Kano Emirate: Why I Visited NSA Ribadu – Gov Yusuf

    Gov. Abba Yusuf of Kano State on Thursday met with National Security Adviser Malam Nuhu Ribadu in Abuja where they discussed issues bothering on the Kano Emirship  tussle.

    This is contained in a statement issued by Yusuf’s Director-General, Media and Publicity, Sunusi Bature, in Kano.

    Bature said the meeting was prompted by recent events in Kano following the dissolution of five emirates and the restoration of Emir Muhammad Sanusi II.

    Tofa said that the two leaders deliberated on various matters relating to state and national development as well as peaceful coexistence in the state.

    Emir Ado Bayero is in court challenging the reinstatement of Emir Muhammad Sanusi  II by the Kano State government.

    While Sanusi is operating from the Emir’s Palace, Bayero is holding forth at the Emir’s Guest House.

    Tofa quoted Yusuf as describing the meeting as fruitful and emphasised the critical role of NSA in ensuring peace in the country.

    “I briefed him on the recent developments in Kano, and we discussed ways to promote national security and development,” he Tofa quoted Yusuf as saying.

    The meeting comes after the NSA was accused of meddling in the Kano crisis, which he swiftly denied.

    The Kano State Deputy Governor, Alhaji Aminu Gwarzo, had apologised to the NSA for the allegation, attributing it to flawed intelligence.

    The meeting coincided with Sanusi sixth day at the Kano palace, where a significant majority of district heads and kingmakers have pledged their allegiance to him.

    The state government has assured that Kano remains peaceful and tranquil, urging residents to continue their regular activities in compliance to the laws of the land.

    By PRNigeria

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