Emir Sanusi Breaks Down In Tears At Event In Kano

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emir of kanoThe Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sunusi, on Sunday shed tears during his speech at the Hawan Nassarawa event in Kano State.
The emir, who paused for about two minutes as tears ran freely down his cheeks, was advising Nigerian leaders to be prepared to account for all their actions before God.
Speaking at the Africa House of the Government House, Kano, the monarch told a packed audience, which included the Governor of Kano State, Dr. Abdullahi Ganduje that power was a responsibility bestowed on leaders at all levels and for which they would account.
The emir commended Mr. Ganduje for his love and concern for the wellbeing of the Kano Emirate Council, saying that the gesture will help solidify the relationship between the council and the state government.
The event, which is held to mark the end of eid-el-fitri festivities, is also held to allow political leaders unveil their programmes and policy statements to the traditional leaders.
Earlier, the governor said his primary task was to complete projects initiated by his predecessor and former boss, Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso, before he would commence new ones in the state.

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