Emir of Kano, Sanusi receives seized travel passports from SSS



In what appears to be the end of face off between President Goodluck Jonathan and the Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II, the Director General, State Security Services, SSS, Bassey Etang has handed over the seized two travelling passports of the Emir to him at his palace on Saturday.


The Senior Special Assistant to governor Kwankwaso on Chieftaincy and Emirate Council Affairs, Alhaji Tijjani Mailafiya confirmed to reporters that Emir Sanusi has received his travelling passports.
It could recalled that Emir Sanusi’s diplomatic travelling passport was seized at Murtala Muhammad International Airport in Lagos when he returned from Niger Republic, while the other local passport were seized at Malam Aminu Kano International Airport when he was about boarding Turkish Airline to France.
Governor Kwankwaso’s special assistant on emirate affairs lauded the gesture of the federal government in returning emir Sunisi’s passport which will allow him to continue the good work for his people at home and enable him travel abroad to attend pressing problems that may arise in the diaspora.
Mailafiya also thanked the Kano state government for taking a better solution that facilitated the end of the face off and the eventual release of the emir’s passports.
However, the release of the passports might not be unconnected with the recent visit of the emir and his senior councilors to President Goodluck Jonathan at the villa in Abuja.

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