- Nigeria's vice president Yemi Osinbajo met with the EMir of Kano, Emir Muhammad Sanusi II in Kano state
- The duo met at the emir's palace during a visit by the president on Monday, January 13
- The emir said that Osinbajo is always welcomed and that he should consider Kano state as his second home
The Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, on Monday, January 13, told the vice president Yemi Osinbajo, to always consider Kano state as his second home.
While receiving the vice president in his palace in Kano, Sanusi commended the vice for his frequent visits to Kano ad the efforts of the Federal Government on infrastructural development in the state.
He said while addressing journalists: "He is always welcome in Kano."
Also commending the Governor Abdullahi Ganduje's administration, the emir said the Ganduje-led government had embarked on various development projects to uplift the state’s socio-economic standard and to positively transform the state.
In his reaction, Osinbajo who was in Kano on an official visit to commission the Alhassan Dantata Bridge in Sabon Gari and Tijjani Hashim Flyover in Kofar Ruwa areas of the state, perform the foundation-laying ceremony and inspection of some projects embarked upon by Governor Ganduje-led administration commended the emir for the peace in the state.
He said the peaceful coexistence achieved between the different ethnic groups residing in the state is commendable.
He also said that Kano state will continue to receive the federal government’s support in all its developmental activities.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the Northern Elders Forum (NEF) had moved to ensure reconciliation between Ganduje and Sanusi.
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The forum's top-notch leaders had meetings with elders and Kano stakeholders over the crisis between the emir and the governor.
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