Emir of Kano breaks into tears in Government House

Today, Sunday, July 11, 2015, the Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II couldn't control his tears as he spoke at Africa House, Kano Government House.

 

Today, Sunday, July 11, 2015, the Emir of Kano, couldn't control his tears as he spoke at Africa House, Kano Government House.

The 57th Emir of Kano was seen crying while speaking on the need for mankind to cultivate the culture of transparency, honesty, kindness, fairness and love for humanity and the Almighty Allah since there is another life after death.

In a report by The News, the former CBN governor, was in Government House to pay the traditional homage of Hauwan Nasarawa as part of activities to mark the 2015 Eid El Fitr, when his emotions got the better part of him.

In his speech, he said, 'We have a big burden on our shoulders in the service to humanity. We need to remain trustworthy, honest and transparent in our actions and relations with humanity because at the last day, we shall account for all our dealings before the Almighty Allah.'

'We shall stand before our creator and answer for all we have done in our life time,'  he added.

The monarch urged the state Governor, Dr. Abdullahi Uumar Ganduje to use his office in the promotion of peaceful co-existence among residents while tasking his subjects on the need to exhibit good character of honesty, trust, transparency and compassion while dealing with their fellow human beings.

Sanusi spoke on the need for

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