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Kano Emir: Court makes things tougher for Ado Bayero



Kano Emir: Court makes things tougher for Ado Bayero

The House of the Emirs continue to play its game in court, and this time, the Court isn’t making it any easier for dethroned Emir, Ado Bayero.

The Kano State High Court has adjourned a suit seeking to prevent the deposed Emir of Kano, Aminu Ado Bayero, along with four others, from parading as Emirs in the state. The adjournment was made on Monday, June 24, by Justice Amina Adamu Aliyu.

The case, which has drawn significant attention, challenges the legitimacy of the former Emir and his counterparts in holding and presenting themselves as Emirs. The adjournment to July 2 provides additional time for both parties to prepare their arguments.

This legal action follows a period of considerable political and social tension in Kano, a state historically known for its rich cultural heritage and influential traditional institutions. The deposed Emir, Aminu Ado Bayero, has been a central figure in this unfolding drama, his deposition sparking widespread debate and reaction.

Observers are keenly watching the developments as the court date approaches, anticipating the potential implications for Kano’s traditional leadership structure and the broader political landscape in the region.