Sunday, 17 August 2014

Emir Sanusi Turbans Uncle, One Other As Danmaje, Dokaji

The Emir of Kano, His Eminence, Alhaji Muhammad Sanusi II, has turbaned his uncle, Munir Sanusi as Danmajeand Yahaya Inuwa Abbas as Dokaji of Kano emirate respectively. The ceremony took place at Soron Nadi, the emirs palace.

Munir Sanusi is one of the sons of the grandfather of the present Kano emir, the 54th emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi and was turbaned Danmaje of Kano emirate; the traditional title the former CBN Governor held before he became the 58th Emir and 14th in the line of Fulani traditional rulers of the ancient northern city.
While Yahaya Inuwa Abbas, who is the son of the 56th emir of Kano, the late Muhammad Inuwa was turbaned Dokaji of Kano emirate.
In his remarks shortly after the turbaning, Sanusi II prayed that they would work diligently for the sake of the uplifting of the Kano emirate.
He also urged the newly turbaned Danmaje and Dokaji to continue to be their good brothers keepers as they were known to be.
Meanwhile, the newly turbaned Dokaji pledged to give his best services to the Kano emir and the entire emirate.
The new Danmaje, Munir Sanusi, is the councilor works of the emirate, while the new Dokaji, Yahaya Inuwa Abbas, will hold the title for the mean time because he is still the Senior Special Assistant to Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso on local government affairs.
Both Sanusi and Abbas are legitimate heirs to the throne of Kano emir.
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