His royal Highness, Emir Sanusi lamido is known by his religious title as Khalifa, He is the spiritual leader of the Tijanniyah Sufi order in Nigeria. He is a member of the Dabo dynasty and was the former emir of the ancient city-state of Kano.He was born in Kano in 1961 into the royal family as the grandson of Muhammadu Sanusi I.
Emir Sanusi Lamido Sanusi is a man with great Hospitality and charisma, people like him are very few in this world. [Photo credit: Facebook] Sanusi Lamido was the former Emir of Kano State who was living in kano State before his dethronement, after his dethronement, Sanusi and his family relocated to Lagos state because he was vanished from kano State, since then, Sanusi Lamido has been travelling to Different states in Nigeria to pay courtesy visits to people who stand by his side during his dethronement trial.
El-Rufai sacks chief of staff after calling Lamido Sanusi ‘former Emir of Kano’ Governor Nasir El-Rufai has replaced his chief of staff weeks after he addressed Lamido Sanusi as a “former Emir of Kano.” Muhammad Sani Abdullahi introduced Mr Sanusi as former emir while speaking at the Kaduna Investment Summit in September.
Sanusi takes position on agitation for Nigeria’s break-up Photo Credit: Daily Post Mallam Lamido Sanusi, the former Emir of Kano, has disapproved secessionists’ calls for the break-up of Nigeria. Sanusi expressed his disapproval at the unveiling of his book, ‘For the Good of The Nation,’ on Tuesday in Lagos State, NAN reports.
His Royal Highness, the former Emir of kano, sanusi lamido and His beautiful wife were spotted at the grave yard of their late grandfather. During the visit, Sanusi offered a special prayer for God Almighty to forgive his shortcomings and make him among the beneficiaries of Paradise.
It was recently reported that the former Emir of Kano and the former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, stated that he will not vote for the next president based on whether the person is from North or South, but based on his ability to turn things around for good, in Nigeria.
Today's Headlines: Buhari Orders Manhunt For killers, Nigeria Makes Zero Progress In 40 Years, Sanusi
PHOTO CREDIT: Thisday Newspapers President Muhammadu Buhari has directed security agencies to fish out the killers of 22 travellers coming from a religious event in Bauchi State, who passed through Jos, the Plateau State capital. The Ondo State Governor, Mr. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has also asked the people of the state not to take laws into their hands over the reported killing of some Ondo State-bound passengers in the fresh violence that erupted yesterday in Jos, Plateau State capital.
Amid the insecurity challenges currently ravaging the Northern part of the country, the former governor of Central Bank who is also a one time Emir of Kano State, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi has come out to suggest that technology for teaching the girl child should be deployed in the North since insecurity wouldn't let their parents send them out to school anymore.
Muhammadu Sanusi II, the former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, has chastised the Federal Government for preparing to pay the petrol subsidy. The payment of subsidies by the APC government, according to the former Emir of Kano, is a swindle(scam).
The Super Eagles of Nigeria will be in action today as they will take on Cape Verde at the Stadium Aderito Sena by 5:00 pm. Last week, we got to see the Super Eagles put up an impressive performance to defeat Liberia 2-0 at the Teslim Balogun Stadium with Kelechi Iheanacho scoring both goals to secure the win for his team.
The former Emir of Kano, Sanusi Muhammad Sanusi, has revealed his experience as the chief regulator of the banking industry in the country. Vanguard reports that Sanusi, who was a former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), said that he was prepared to go to prison while he had a face-off with the Jonathan administration for blowing the cover on alleged embezzlement of public funds.
Former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria who also is former Emir of Kano, Mallam Muhammadu Sanusi has revealed that he has no interest in vying for the presidency for 2023. Image credit: Vanguard Mallam Sanusi made this known at a birthday dinner which was organized by the Nigeria Platform in Abuja on Sunday.
Today's Headlines: Nigeria Needs $400bn To Achieve Net-zero In 30 Years —Buhari; Calling Nigeria Giant of Africa Is Deceptive- Sanusi
Nigeria needs $400bn to achieve net-zero in 30 years —Buhari The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) has said that the scale of financing required for Nigeria to achieve net-zero, amounts to over $400bn in 30 years. This is as he said that Nigeria is working on an ambitious Energy Plan towards reducing the energy shortcomings by the year 2030.
Sanusi Maikano was kidnapped around 8:30 pm on Saturday, just minutes after returning from his farm. This happened bearly four months after Maikano's official residence at the Presidential villa was ransacked by unknown gunmen. Witnesses say Sanusi was abducted from his residence in Guantu, the center of the Sanga LGA in Kaduna State.
Dethroned Emir of Kano ,Muhhamadu Sanusi II ,says zoning the 2023 presidency will end up in Nigerians choosing between two "useless candidates" "I have always objected to this idea of we focusing on where the president comes from",Mr Sanusi told Arise TV on Friday.
The former Emir of Kano and also former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Sanusi Lamido, lamented Nigeria's falling economy and warned the political leaders of the country to devise other means of getting revenue by looking away from oil. Sanusi disclosed that the countries that used to be in high demand for oil are now settling for other options available at their fingertips.
People's Democratic Party (PDP) has said the All Progressives Congress (APC) and President Muhammadu Buhari have ruined Nigeria. This was stated by the PDP on Wednesday after Sanusi Lamido Sanusi said in a recent interview that the gains Nigeria had achieved during the previous 35 years had been wiped out.
The former governor of central bank Of Nigeria Sanusi lamido recently mentioned that Nigeria has not made any progress in the past 40 years. The man actually gave some reason why he said so. Personally, I agree with him on this. He is so right. In the lattermost part of this article, I will share my own opinion on why I think Nigeria has not made any progress in the past 40 years but before then, let us state some reasons made by CBN former governor himself on why Nigeria has not made any progress so far.
A Former CBN Governor, also Former Emir of Kano, Alhaji Sanusi Lamido, has lamented over the economic condition of the country, saying, Nigeria has made no progress in the past 40 years. Sanusi while marking his 60th birthday on Saturday, maintained that, Nigeria’s economy hadn’t made any meaningful progress since 1980.
His royal highness, the former emir of kano, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi paid a condolence visit to the emir of Adamawa over the death of his brother. During the visit, Sanusi was given the opportunity to meets with prison inmates at the state correctional center in adamawa.