Kano Emir moves to reconcile Shekarau, Kwankwaso
The Emir, who made the call when the Minister of Education was at his palace together with all the heads of the ministry’s departments and parastatals to present his Letter of Appointment to the Emir as the Chancellor of University of Benin, urged the minister, who is also a traditional title holder of Sardauna Kano, to return home and put hands together with the state government not minding the political party difference and work towards making the state more developed.
“I am calling on our politicians to always remember that they have been brothers even before the coming of political power struggle. You have everything in common.
“You are coming back home in the next few weeks after your meritorious service to the nation. The government will receive you warmly. And we will all work together for our people.”
He called on all politicians to remember that politics is not enmity. “We should pray against bitter political rivalry so that our state can keep moving forward and the country in general, “ Emir Sanusi said.
Sanusi thanked the Federal Government for appointing him as the Chancellor of the University of Benin. Emphasising that government should do everything possible to see that quality education s given a priority.