After being dethroned, Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero, the Emir of Kano, speaks out

After being dethroned, Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero, the Emir of Kano, speaks outThe 15th Emir of Kano, Alhaji Aminu Ado Bayero, has spoken out after being dethroned recently. The Emir emphasized the rule of law and asked the Kano people to uphold peace and order as the legal procedures took place.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Speaking from the mini-palace where he has resided since his return to Kano, the Emir expressed his unwavering belief in justice. “I call on the people to remain law-abiding while awaiting outcome of the legal process on this tussle,” he said, addressing the public in Hausa.

According to a report by Daily Trust, the dethroned Emir highlighted the importance of Kano in the broader context of Nigeria, stressing that the state’s stability is crucial for the entire nation. “Kano is a very influential state in Nigeria. Whatever affects Kano affects Nigeria. May peace reign in Kano,” he stated.

In his remarks, Alhaji Bayero also called upon the authorities to ensure fairness in the ongoing legal proceedings. “We call on the authority to do justice in this matter. We pray for Allah to bless Kano with responsible and just leaders. Justice is the way to go on every issue. There will be justice. Nobody is above law,” he asserted.

The former Emir expressed gratitude towards those who have shown support and concern during this tumultuous period. He reiterated his commitment to accepting the outcome of the legal process, underscoring his dedication to the rule of law. “We will accept whatever the law says. I appreciate all the people who have shown concern. As I said, justice will take its course. We will keep on praying for peace in Kano State. May Allah the Almighty protect us.”

The dethronement of Emir Bayero has sparked significant reactions and discussions across Nigeria, with many calling for a fair and just resolution.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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