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In a post shared on his IG page, Reno mocked the former monarch who according to him, peddled lies against former President Goodluck Jonathan when he was in office. Reno's post reads

"Last year, I said everyone who falsely accused former President Jonathan, would pay for it. Sanusi Lamido Sanusi is a liar, and a most manipulative individual, who deliberately lied against ex President Jonathan, to forestall him and facilitate the election of General @muhammadubuhari. Well, he has his Buhari. Is he happy. He should find time to read Galatians 6:7-8. One by one, the God that Jonathan kneels to pray to will vindicate him!''.

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0 relation to that, you guys should read this;


In April 1963, Emir Mohammed Sanusi I of Kano was dethroned. In 1950s, He had plotted the dethronement of the then Atta of Igala Ameh Oboni (Agaba Idu). The Atta’s offense was his refusal to bow before the Sultan of Sokoto, Chairman of Northern Nigeria Council of Chiefs during the Council’s meeting in Kaduna, capital of Northern Nigeria. Ameh Oboni was given the option to remove his crown and bow or be removed from office. But the Atta was a god and could not bow to any human being.

Ameh Oboni knew that by the Igala tradition, the implication of his dethronement was that none of his descendants would ever be allowed to be crowned Atta after him. So he accepted to remove his crown and bow.

But the moment he removed his crown, a swam of bees rushed out of his head and chased the chiefs out of their chamber. That ended the plot for that day.

Oboni then walked up to Emir Sanusi and told him that, for attempting to remove him from office, he Sanusi would lose his throne and that any of his descendants that ever ascended the throne would be dethroned.

So In April 1963, as Mohammed Sanusi was chauffeured from Kaduna to his palace in Kano after a council meeting, he heard on the car radio of his own dethronement by the Government of Northern Nigeria.

Today about 57 years after, Emir Mohammed Sanusi’s grand son Emir Lamido Sanusi II has been dethroned."

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From my own perceptive, I think Sanusi is a great man the expresses his views without political influences speaking out of a very knowledgeable standpoint. He always speaks the truth and these guys are just angry at that
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Hmm.....isn't this something?? It really seems as though everyone that agitated for the removal of Jonathan is having one problem o the other!

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