Sanusi Lamido Arrested,sent on exile en-route Nasarawa

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The Nigerian Police has carried out their operations based on order for the arrest of the newly detroned Emir of Kano, Emir Sanusi Lamido II and was taken away from the palace and vicinity of the state despite the security measures put in place

The Police Force were seen jetting out Kano state and moving to Nasarawa state all in the Northern part of the country, Nigeria to leave his rest of his royalty in exile.

It came to notice that the palace of Emir of Kano was flooded with tight security with different security men where the Department of state security service, Military and the police where not left out in the house arrest placed on the palace.

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At the moment, there is no clue on the new emir of Kano as the Executive Governor of Kano state is in an emergency meeting of the Executive Council Meeting at the Government house in Kano.

The palace has been sealed and no one can gain access to the palace.

Before the enthronement of Sanusi, it was a tug of war and now, many people will start to show interest for the royal seat of the throne and is the Emir of the ancient city of Kano.



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