Sanusi:”If you look at Tinubu cabinet, you have Northerners, Southerners, why are they not fighting?”

Sanusi:"If you look at Tinubu cabinet, you have Northerners, Southerners, why are they not fighting?"The Sun said that Sanusi Lamido Sanusi II, the reinstated Emir of Kano, emphasized the importance of inclusivity and diversity in administration, citing President Buhari’s cabinet as an example.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

He emphasized that a diverse and representative cabinet can function without conflict or violence, challenging the notion that geographical or religious differences are inherently divisive.

He argued that the responsibility for the functioning of the system ultimately lies with the human beings involved, rejecting the idea that political problems are primarily caused by the system itself.

He said, “If you look at the president’s (Tinubu) cabinet, what do you have? You have everybody from every state. You have Christians, you have Muslims, you have northerners, you have southerners. Why are they not fighting each other there? It’s about an elite that is irresponsible. We had the Regional system of the first republic. How did it end? We had the parliamentary system in the first republic. How did it end? I’m not talking about the coup. I’m talking about the crisis that led to the coup. Before Nzeogu and Ironsi, how was the system? Is there any documentary evidence that that system was fundamentally better than what we have? We can’t shift responsibility away from the human beings, from the people who are responsible for operating the system.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>