After living with inmates, Shehu Sani reveals the first thing inmates do tell new comers in prison
By Mediateehem | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 4914 views
The former Senator who represented Kaduna Central Senatorial District, Senator Shehu Sani, ina post he made on his official Twitter handle, has revealed the first thing inmates will tell new comers who are just coming inside jail, even if the person is a big man in the society or not.
The Senator in his tweet said, when one is a new comer who is just joining old inmates in cell, he said the first thing they will tell one is "Hey, mister man, this place is cell, we have our own Government here, and do not come and be doing big man for us here. If you don't want us to pieces you, be peaceful and obedient here."
The former Senator further revealing it said, when he was inside the cell with the inmates, he lived with them peacefully and he left them there peacefully.
Recall that the Senator was arrested in December last year, after he was said to have collected $10,000 bride from a contractor in the name that, he will use it to bride the then Economic and Financial Crimes Commission's acting chairman, Ibrahim Magu.
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