The Kano State anti-corruption agency on Monday, May 15, said it has enough evidence to nail the Emirate council.
The agency said it has a ‘water tight’ case against the state’s emirate council.
The chairman of the Kano state Public Complaints and Anti-Corruption Commission Muhyi Gado said its probe against the council will remain suspended to avoid concurrent investigation.
NAIJ.com recalls that the anti-graft agency had alleged that the Kano state council under the leadership of Emir Muhammad Sanusi II mismanaged N6 billion of its funds.
While a court had given an order mandating the agency to suspend its investigation against the council, the Emir has however denied providing details of expenditure of the emirate.