He also condoled with the family of the late Ado Abdullahi Bayero, the former Emir, who died on Friday, promising to continue with his legacies.
The new Emir spoke to journalists shortly before the presentation of letter of appointment to him by Governor Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso at the state Government House in Kano.
Sanusi called on people of Kano to espouse peace and harmony in order to move the state forward.
“I urge the people of Kano to always have the fear of God in all their undertakings so that peace and harmony would continue to reign in the state,” he stated.
He also called for unity amongst the Emirate Council and the people of Kano, pointing out that he has no problem with the losers because in a contest, “there is always a winner and a loser.”
During the new Emir’s first public appearance at the Government House, members of the Emirate Council, Districts Heads, including sons of the late Bayero paid homage to him.
Governor Kwankwaso in his speech thanked the people of the state for their understanding and cooperation in the selection of the new Emir
Meanwhile, normalcy has returned to Kano following the protest that greeted the emergence of the new Emir.