The Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has signed into law the bill he sent to the state House of Assembly on Monday for the creation of four new emirates in the state.
The governor signed the bill at a special ceremony at Government House on Thursday, the same day it was unanimously passed by the state lawmakers.
The new law sought the creation of new emirates and first-class emirs in Gaya, Rano, Karaye and Bichi. This will give the state five emirates, including the Kano Emirate headed by Muhammadu Sanusi.
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The state House of Assembly had earlier in the day approved and passed the 2019 Kano Emirate Council Bill and instantly transmitted it to the governor.
The passage followed the third reading and…