Shehu Sani, who is a Nigerian senator, an author, playwright, and a human rights activist, has taken to his official Twitter handle to reveal that the decision taken by the Kaduna state government to shut down telecommunication service in some local government area of the state have no serious impact in tackling insecurity and terrorism in the Northern part of Nigeria.
It could be recalled that the Kaduna state government has shut down telecommunication service in some local government area of the state with the aim of tackling insecurity, banditry, and terrorism in the state.
Based on these notes, the President of the Civil Rights Congress of Nigeria, Shehu Sani said, "Shutting down telecom have no serious impact in tackling or combating terrorism in Northern Nigeria. Their atrocities continue unabated while our people in the rural area in distress are cut off from the rest of the world. The hoopla about sim registration is useless".
See tweet below....
This particular statement made by Shehu Sani has attracted a lot of attention as many Nigerians took to the comment box to share their thoughts. The majority is of the view that Shehu Sani is right on this one, adding that shutting down telecommunication service can't be the only way to solve the issue of insecurity in the state.
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