Last year Lamido Sanusi was the governor of Nigeria’s central bank, and he wore pinstripe suits to work as he concerned himself with issues such as managing interest rates and keeping inflation under control. Today, Sanusi is the emir of Kano and sports long flowing gowns and a white veil over his face, while his daily activities include reciting the Quran and blessing visitors who bow before his feathered slippers.
Photos taken by late 17 years old photographer Molhem Barakat
Best photos of the year 2013 from Reuters
Regardless of the curious timing to publish this extremely important investigative report internationally by Reuters , it is a must read investigative report. The report is great professionally speaking especially with the graphics and so on.
Now politically speaking I think that Setab's revenues are used to fund that military machine and nuke machine of Tehran
Just bookmark it for the weekend to read it carefully
In Reuters Poll we came after Saudi Arabia !! Shocked and angry
Reuters presents an analysis about the fall of the Muslim brotherhood in Egypt at the same time risk of extremism is increasing
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