Nigeria at 60: Sanusi calls for "Redefining the nation’s diversity to help attain further progress"
As Nigeria celebrates its 60th anniversary, Muhammad Sanusi II, the 14th Emir of Kano, former Central Bank Governor, and UN SDG Advocate, spoke on pathways to sustainable progress. He explained why Nigeria needs to evolve beyond its juvenile obsession with ethnic identity politics and start implementing the core vision of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable…
Kano State denies banishing Sanusi
Kano State Government on Wednesday said it did not banish the deposed Emir of Kano Muhammad Sanusi II. “You see, If you listen to the Secretary to the State Government when he was addressing the press on the issue of the removal of the emir from office, there was nowhere he said the emir was…
Subsidy on PMS, electricity: Stakeholders weigh options
The unending subsidy regime on Premium Motor Spirit and government’s continuous intervention in the power sector do not only drain the nation’s economy, but also retard the development of oil and gas, as well as the power sector. Some economic experts and stakeholders are of the view that subsidy payment itself does not constitute an…
Emir of Kano replies query over alleged funds misappropriation
Emir of Kano Muhammad Sanusi II Saturday replied the query handed him by the Kano State government over the alleged misappropriation of N3.4 billion by the Emirate Council. In a letter seen by The Guardian, the acting secretary of the Kano Emirate Council Abba Yusuf said Sanusi could not have been culpable in the alleged…
Alleviating poverty through pro-poor policies
The recent report that Nigeria has the highest number of the poorest of the poor globally is a source of concern that needs to be treated urgently.
Sponsoring pilgrims with government’s funds is criminal, says Sanusi
Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II, has said that it is criminal to sponsor people to Hajj and other pilgrimages with government’s funds. He made the assertion at the two-day Northern Nigeria Traditional Leaders Conference on Out-Of-School Children...
Assene-Laborex offers free genotype screening, introduces BioMedomics Sickle Scan
Assene-Laborex Limited has offered free genotype screening to Kano residents using the company’s new product called BioMedomics Sickle Scan.Assene-Laborex Limited is a pharmaceutical business division of CFAO Nigeria plc, a subsidiary of Eurapharma, and part of the CFAO- Toyota Tsusho Corporation.
Sanusi commends Air Peace for extending flight operations to Kano
The Emir, who was represented by Alhaji Ibrahim Sambo, the Jakanda Hausa (Hausa Ambassador), said the presence of Air Peace in the ancient centre of commerce was a welcome development.
Education in retrospect, still business as usual for sector
A review of activities that played out in the outgoing year reveal that it is still business as usual for the Nigerian education system as the sector witnessed nothing uncommon than crisis, lamentation on poor funding, policy conflicts, among others.
Sanusi blames NIPPS for failure of national policies, seeks real change
The Emir of Kano, Mohammadu Sanusi II yesterday indicted Nigerians who passed through the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS) for contributing less to national policies and development of the country.
Sanusi’s homily tasks leaders at Hawan Nasarawa
The Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi, has called on political leaders to caution their followers against acts of violence. Sanusi made the call yesterday during the traditional Hawan Nasarawa at the Government House in Kano State.