Emir of Kano Risks Suspension over N4bn Fraud

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If the allegations by the Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission (KSPCAC) against the Emir of Kano are true, the traditional ruler and former Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, Muhammmadu Sanusi II, stands to be suspended.

The Emir has been found to be spending unnecessarily, the emirate’s funds totaling N4bn, and is also obstructing ongoing investigations on the findings, the KSPCAC Chairman, Mr. Muhuyi Magaji, revealed.

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Magagji therefore recommended that Sanusi be suspended in order for the commission to proceed in its investigation on the matter.

Expressing that the evidences were overwhelming, Mr. Magaji said that the commission’s report has been submitted to the Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, and copied to the Office of the Governor as well as other relevant authorities.

Below is the commission’s interim report:

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