You overthrew Sanusi because you felt inferior to his presence – Kwankwaso Lambasts Ganduje
Rabiu Kwankwaso, the former governor of Kano State, criticized Governor Abdullahi Ganduje after revealing why he dethroned Muhammad Sanusi II as Emir of Kano.
We recall that Ganduja said that Mr. Sanusi was removed from office in order to save the traditional system and institutions.
However, in a statement signed by his chief personal secretary, Muhammad Ali, Kwankwaso said that the former emir’s high authority and influence made his successor nervous, hence his insistence on overthrowing him.
He also stated that Ganduja is madly obsessed with the idea of changing everything he has done in the state, and also feels “humiliated and inferior” in the presence of the former emir.
“We know that Ganduje always feels humiliated and inferior in the presence of the Emir, and we know that Governor of Ganduje harbors a pathological hatred for the traditional Kano institution, so he had to overthrow him.
“We also know that Ganduje was madly obsessed with canceling everything Senator Kwankwaso did in the state. And we know for these reasons that the Governor of Ganduja decided ab initio to destroy the Emirate of Kano. And Emir Sanusi II was marked as the first victim.
“Also let me write down that Emir Sanusi II was unlawfully kidnapped and overthrown by Governor Ganduja and his comrades because of the emir’s progressive views on various issues affecting the population of the state.”
Speaking against Ganduja for tying the ouster of Sanusi from Jonathan’s throne, the former emir became governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Kwankwaso said that the governor of Kano State became enraged after Sanusi criticized him for obtaining a $ 1.8 billion loan for light rail project in the state.
Added in the statement;
“Everyone knows that Ganduja’s desperation to get a loan of $ 1.8 billion and criticism of the loan by the former emir prompted the illegal removal of Emir Sanusi II; it had nothing to do with former President Jonathan.
“It is well known that the emir was too progressive for the taste of the Governor of Ganduye, and it is for this reason, after his illegal removal and dismemberment of the Council of the Emirate of Kano, that he appointed emirs who would not question his decisions. recklessly even against the interests of the state and its people. “