Axis Of Evil: The Obnoxious Link Between Senator Ahmed Lawan, Elrufai, Ganduje, Sanusi And PMB (1)

These ignominious men all have one thing in common, and that is their various roles in the heinous Zaria genocide of December, 2015. By the time these series of write-ups are completed, perhaps Senator Ahmed Lawan would have been rewarded for his role in the genocide and both Ganduje and SLS would have been reconciled by Buhari at the instance of Elrufai. But how just do they relate? That will be clear by the time this piece is completed. On December 12, 2015 the Nigerian Army launched an unprecedented series…

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Abasement And Humiliation Of Sanusi As Ganduje Cleaves Kano Emirate

Apparently the uncouth attacks on Shia Islam in general and the Islamic Movement in Nigeria was this time not sufficient to save Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido from Humiliation by those he tried to impress by attacking the Movement anytime he tries to save his reign on the hitherto vast Kano domain. Abasement and humiliation were brought down upon him as the Kano state governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, when the later signed the bill into law that balkanized the Kano Emirate. His recent outburst against Shi’ah Islam could not save…

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Emir Sanusi’s Sudden Gush Of Fury And Vitriol Against Shi’ah As He Attempts To Pacify Ganduje, PMB

It appears that Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, the Emir of Kano derives pleasure in resorting to spraying vitriol on Shiah at the slightest opportunity. His most resent bitter criticism and malice against a section of Muslims in the country who are adherents of Shi’ah Islam became once more open when he was quoted as saying that this country was built upon Sunni Islam, and that remains the only officially acceptable Islam in his domain. This wasn’t the first time he was pouring out his animosity towards Shiah in general and the…

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Emir Sanusi’s Diatribe Against Shi’ah and The Islamic Movement

In the wake of the Zaria massacre of December, 20115 so many people had brought out their age-long animosity towards the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzkay and the Movement. One of such rants emanated from  no other than the Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II (Popularly called SLS). The flamboyant Emir, who was initially mislabeled a Shiite, by his opponents  at the initial stages of his tumultuous reign, was overhead declaring that this country was a Sunni one from inception and must not tolerate any…

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