Sanusi makes shocking comments about his removal, his prophesies

  • The deposed Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi has said that most of the prophecies that cause him so many troubles have come to pass
  • Sanusi added if he was to choose between his principles and power, he would not sacrifice his principles for power
  • The former emir said this at a stage drama, titled, “Emir Sanusi: Truth in Time”, in Abuja on Saturday, August 6

FCT, AbujaFormer Emir of Kano state, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, has expressed the confidence to continue to speak, defend and rebuild Nigeria.

According to The Nation, the Emir said most of the prophecies that caused him so many troubles have come to pass.

Sanusi Lamido Sanusi/Kano/Emir/2023 election
Sanusi Drops Another Bombshell, Says His Prophesies Have Come to Pass
Photo Credit: Sanusi Lamido Sanusi
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The deposed Emir who is now the current Khalifah of the Tijaniyyah Movement of Nigeria said this in Abuja on Saturday, August 6.

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We have long history of service to Nigeria – Sanusi boast

Sanusi maintained that he has the experience and everything needed to contribute to nation-building due to his long history of service to the country.

He stressed that his father, family, had a long history of service to Nigeria, recalling that his father was the first director general of the Nigeria Intelligence Agency (NIA), set up the agency in 1960.

Sanusi maintained that if he had to choose between sacrificing his principles and holding on to his position, he would not sacrifice his principles.

The things that I said would happen, that caused me so much trouble, have happened.

I will continue to speak and voice my views. I will continue to defend this country,’’ he said.

Ex-Kano Emir, Sanusi, makes new revelation about Islamic Banking, discloses those against it

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The former governor of the CBN and emir of Kano, Lamido Sanusi, has made a new comment on Islamic banking in Nigeria, noting that some personalities in the country are bent on being untruthful while hiding under religion, reported.

Sanusi stated that Islamic banking has no connection or in no way related to the Islamisation of the country because there is no such plan.

The former traditional leader further stressed that the benefits of the Islamic banking model were large and that 10 years after, the story of the bank has changed globally and non-Muslims have embraced it.


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