The Kano State High Court has consented an order restraing Governor
Abdullahi Ganduje from diminishing the power of Emir of Kano State after signing a bill into law.
The move has been seen as an endeavor by Governor Ganduje to diminish the intensity of Emir Lamido Sanusi and control his impact.
According to Premium Times, two members of the House of Representatives in Kano on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party said they received a court order on Friday, May 10 against the new emirates.
The lawmakers said the "House was not properly convened before the law was hurriedly passed on Wednesday."
Meanwhile, a former deputy national publicity secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Timi Frank, berated Governor Ganduje of Kano state for the recent bill he signed, describing it as a ploy to destroy a traditional institution which has been in existence since 1805.
Comrade Frank specifically accused the governor of signing a political vendetta bill which he said is aimed at making the Kano Emirate under Emir Sanusi irrelevant.