- Emir of Kano says Nigeria will remain one and indivisible country
- The monarch appealed to those agitating for the country’s split to have a rethink
- Emir Sanusi said if Nigerians respect each other, they would continue to remain as one entity
Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi ll on Monday, May 15, said that Nigeria will remain one and indivisible country, Daily Post reports.
The monarch while receiving the newly installed Garkuwan Hausawa in Ogun, Otunba Rotimi Paseda, in his palace appealed to those agitating for the country’s split to have a rethink.
NAIJ.com gathered that Emir Sanusi said if Nigerians respect each other, they would continue to remain as one entity irrespective of their tribes, religion and cultural differences.
He said: “This is what we, the traditional rulers are promoting among our subjects. So, we should ignore our difference and help in building one country.
“You should be good ambassadors of the north and ensure that you leave in peace and harmony with your host communities. Nigeria will remain one and indivisible country and Nigerians will continue to be one family.
“I was delighted when I learnt of your goodwill to Hausa people in Ogun state. I am not surprise of the good testimonies I hear about you taking cognizance of the fact that you are from a ruling house.
“Oba Awujale of Ijebu Land is my personal friend. We have enjoyed a long-standing relationship; and I feel happy for the role you are playing as the Garkuwan Hausawa to ensure cordial relationship between my people and the Yorubas,” he added.
The Garkuwan Hausawa noted he was at the palace to pay homage to Emir Sanusi and receive his blessings as the newly crowned Garkuwan Hausawa.
In a previous report by NAIJ.com Emir of Kano Muhammadu Sanusi II reportedly hired prominent lawyers to prevent his removal from his position as monarch.
According to the report, Sanusi has set up a legal team made up of at least three Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SANs) and other lawyers.
Watch this NAIJ.com TV video of Emir Sanusi lambasting the Nigerian leadership for not showing any evidence that it is fighting corruption.