By Musa Sunusi Ahmad
The dethroned emir of Kano, Lamido Sanusi has been named the successor to Khalifa Tijjani Inyas of Senegal.
Tijjiniya are group of muslims who spend most of their time in prayers and praising the holy prophet muhammad (SAW).
Their leader was late sheikh Ibrahim Inyass who passed away few years ago. The members of the sect are found everywhere across the Muslim countries.
It was gathered that few days ago the only son of Sheikh Ibrahim Inyass, Khalifa Tijjani Inyass who succeeded his late father for the past years also died.
Until his demise, Khalifa Tijjani dedicated all his time in preaching and delivering sermons related to promoting islam in the world.
Recently dethroned Emir Sanusi paid a condolence visit to the family of sheik khalifa Tijjani to commiserate with them over the death of the man of God.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, the former emir managed to travel to Senegal and there, he was later appointed successor to late Tijjani Inyass in Nigeria after the death of Sheikh Isyaka Rabiu.
His appointment was as a result of his dedication and support to the Tijjaniya group in Africa.