"Fun fact - I have a divine mandate. Like, a god actually descended from the heavens and told me I can do whatever I want. So yes, I do in fact have the authority to execute you on a whim. Its actually in the job description" - Euliss Tyrce III, emperor of Figossa
Nahiru, Nahru, Haru, or Ihiri is the god of royalty, monarchs, and sovereignty. Nahru doesn't really associate with common folk. His biggest followings are kings, or people who have the ability to become so. His clerics are advisers and viziers to the most powerful people across the continents. His word has caused the creation of empires, and the abandonment of that blessing has caused empires to fall. As a god, his word can shape history, and yet, he doesn't really have a stake in things. Despite being in charge of, well, putting people in charge, Nahru doesn't exactly have an ulterior motive. Rather, he enjoys letting people govern themselves. His reasoning for putting people in charge is to create a sort of pantheon of mortals, who can all interact with each other as the gods do: with power, and with authority. In that respect, he bears a similarity to Arkael, but rather than literally try to create divinity he fosters the mindset. Very rarely does he tell a monarch he's appointed what to do - once he gives mandate, he usually lets them to their own devices. His priesthood offer their services as advisers, but he doesn't directly interfere. In fact, he very rarely contacts his own priesthood. Much like the kings Nahru appoints, his clergy are often left to their own devices as well.