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History of First class Traditional Rulers whose wings were clipped by Governors

Going down memory lane, Emir Lamido Sanusi II of Kano is not the first traditional/ religious ruler or leader to suffer an executive short-changing or tactical watering down of powers in Nigeria.
Statistics show that the late Gen Sani Abacha dethroned and deposed Dasuki as Sultan of Sokoto.
In Abia State, former Governor Orji Kalu decimated the power and influence of Eze Bernard Enweremadu of Ngwa nation in the state.
Also in Imo, outgoing Governor Rochas Okorocha had sacked Eze Ilomuanya then as the chairman, South East Council of Traditional Rulers who doubles as the royal father of his community, Obinugwu Kingdom, in Orlu Local Government.
Oyo State had its slice as Governor Ajimobi few months ago, promoted ranking chiefs in Ibadan to Obas to whittle down the influence and popularity of Olubadan.