Prince Aminu Sanusi Lamido, who is the 26-year-old first son of the Emir of Kano, Muhammad Lamido II, has resumed HIS duties as an officer of Nigerian Police Force.
Nigerian Police PRO, Dolapo Badmus, shared photos of Lamido’s son on her Instagram page where she congratulated the son of the former governor of Central Bank (CBN).
She wrote: “Supol Aminu Sanusi Lamido, Congratulations as you resume fully to police duties from break after your graduation from Police Academy Kano. As you begin the 35years career, I have no doubt in my mind that you will excel!
“While you were a Corp member serving in my office you never hid your plan to become an officer, the dexterity and the passion you’ve shown towards the profession is an indication that you are cut out for the job, I have no doubt in me that you will excel. I wish you best of luck in this noble profession.”
Prince Aminu who was born in 1991, joined the Nigeria Police after he graduated from University of Buckingham United Kingdom with Bsc Accounting after which he left for Riyad the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia where he studied Arabic before coming back to Nigeria and did his NYSC in Lagos.
The prince then joined the service of the Nigeria Police, Plateau Academy where he passed out with the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP).
It could be recalled that the ASP’s late grandfather, Emir Ado Bayero, was a police officer before he joined the diplomatic work, then became the emir of Kano.