Kano Emirate Probe: CSO advises Sanusi to submit to anti-graft agency

The Global Center for Conscious Living Against Corruption (GLOCCOLAC), a Civil Society Organization (CSO), has spoke to the Emir of Kano, Malam Muhammadu Sanusi II, to submit to fair treatment of law and Kano State hostile to unite office.

The Director-General of the association, Dr Nwambu Gabriel, decided at a sensitisation workshop with the topic: 'A Review on Anti-Corruption War in Nigeria', on Monday in Abuja.

He likewise encouraged the five star conventional ruler and the emirate committee to quit blocking the examination in light of a legitimate concern for straightforwardness, responsibility, equity and reasonable play.

Gabriel said the exhortation was spin-off of the Emir's reaction on the question issued him by the Kano State Government on supposed misappropriation of N3.4 billion of Kano Emirate Council's assets.

He said that the middle had been seeing with distinct fascination the examination of the emirate board over the charge of misappropriation against the customary ruler.

"In light of this, the state government provided the Emir a question to react to the charge, which he did on 'A production of This Day Newspaper titled 'Sanusi Tackles Kano Anti-join Agency over Fraud Allegations'.

"This gave the Emir's situation on the issue which raised our interest to sort out a public interview,'' he clarified.

Gabriel expressed that the inside had investigated the three record reports presented by the Kano State hostile to unite Agency and thought of certain entries.

"The reaction of the Emir that he acquired N1.9 billion as against the cases of the counter defilement Commission was not exactly agreeable.

"The commission said its examination was on supposed misappropriation and faulty uses and not on assets deserted by late Emir of Kano, Alhaji Ado Bayero, subsequently the Emir is yet to disapprove the charges.

"The case that the Emir isn't the Chief Accounting Officer of the Emirate but supports its use further makes more doubt on his job in the supposed misappropriation.

"The Emir additionally attempted to legitimize the N1.4 billion spent on inns and carrier tickets just as the N2.9 million for broadcast appointment in two years from the assets of the Emirate Council,'' he said.

Gabriel noticed that the assets were for the open having a place with the express that obliges the bigger level of individuals living underneath the neediness line in the nation.

He included that discoveries by the inside on the issue of exchange of assets to organizations not enlisted with Cooperate Affairs Commission was not tended to as the answer just halted at the enrollment and not the supposed exchange.

He said the middle was likewise concerned and requires careful examination on the emir's avocation on an exchange of about N105 million into a person's record of the Emirate specialized staff, which he said was intended for direct work.

Gabriel said the middle likewise seen that the issue of CCTV Cameras was the case of the applicants as contained in the report however not the discoveries of the counter debasement commission.

He said Sanusi was as yet quiet on the case of against defilement office that one Rufa'i Buhari generally changed dollars to Naira for the benefit of the Emir through Bureau de Change having a place with one Jazuli Sani, who was said to have kicked the bucket.

Gabriel focused on that following the present organization's position against debasement it was appropriate that the Emir, as a universal money related official, submits himself to fair treatment of law and Kano hostile to unite office.

He further approached Gov. Abdullahi Gaduje to guarantee legitimate subsidizing of the commission just as encourage the commission's money related independence to guarantee greatest proficiency.

It would be reviewed that the Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission in its starter examination report blamed the Emir for spending Kano Emirate Council's assets unpredictably without respects to fair treatment and the standard of law.

The report, dated May 31, was routed to the Secretary to the Kano State Government, prompted the inquiry the ruler answered. (NAN)

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