Emir Sanusi Was Certain Buhari Will Pass On In London, Asked Osinbajo To Make Him Vice – Junaid Mohammed Claims

A Second Republic parliamentarian, Junaid Mohammed, has claimed that the Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II, campaigned to be Vice President to Prof. Yemi Osinbajo when President Muhammadu Buhari was on wiped out leave in the United Kingdom.

Talking in a meeting with TheInterview, Mohammed said Sanusi told the then Acting President, Osinbajo to consider him for the VP if the President Buhari bites the dust.

Review that President Buhari went through a while in London in 2017 on a wiped out leave for an undisclosed sickness.

Mohammed stated, “Once Buhari was debilitated, wiped out in England, he went to Osinbajo, this present Emir Sanusi; he was certain that Buhari was going to pass on. Furthermore, if Buhari passes on, he might want Osinbajo to think about him as a VP, despite the fact that superficially, he had a place with no gathering.

“He needed Osinbajo to think about him as VP! Presently, anyone with any feeling of rationale, any mental stability would not face this sort of thing. On the off chance that out of the blue, this issue was accounted for to Buhari, if Buhari were another pioneer, he would have freed of him in a jiffy.

“I know beyond a shadow of a doubt, and I am happy their kin included who will presently affirm. The Emir of Kano, when he was legislative head of Central Bank went to see my companion Bola Tinubu and went to see the current Oba of Lagos, Oba Rilwan Akiolu disclosing to them that a specific presidential competitor was really the decision of Kano and the decision of the north. Along these lines, he would need them to help that individual.

“The Oba was discretionary. In any case, Tinubu let him know undoubtedly that we are supporting Buhari; not on the grounds that we like his face. We are supporting Buhari in light of the fact that, reliably, he has scored 12 million votes since he came into legislative issues in 2002.

“This isn’t the first run through. I am presently 70 years of age. I am more established than the Emir of Kano, who I have known since youth. What’s more, I knew his dad and mom.”


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