Emir Sanusi cautions that questioning God’s will is futile

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During the Friday prayers at the Kofar Kudu Central Mosque in Kano, the reinstated Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi, shared profound reflections on destiny and faith. Sanusi II expressed a firm belief that his reinstatement was predestined by God, highlighting the notion that everything unfolds according to divine will and cannot be questioned by human reasoning.

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He encouraged his followers to maintain unwavering faith and to acknowledge Allah’s sovereignty, regardless of the circumstances they face.

In his address, Sanusi II emphasized the importance of embracing both good and bad times as part of Allah’s plan. He stressed the significance of wholeheartedly accepting God’s decisions, without questioning the reasons behind them. Reflecting on the upcoming Zhul Hijja, a sacred month in the Islamic calendar, he urged adherence to supplications as a means of spiritual enrichment and connection with the divine.

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Sanusi’s reinstatement as the 16th Emir of Kano by Governor Abba Yusuf was framed as a recognition of his competence, credibility, and enduring popularity among the people. This return to power marked a significant chapter in Sanusi’s tumultuous journey, having previously served as the 14th Emir before being deposed in 2020 following a rift with the former state governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, who now serves as the National Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress.

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