In a statement posted to Twitter, a Nigerian senator, author, playwright, and human rights activist, Shehu Sani, stated:
The President is leaving behind 77 trillion naira in debt, 133 million poverty-stricken people, 25 million people at risk of hunger according to Unicef, 10 million out-of-school children, mass killings, and kidnappings on a daily basis, yet he said he has delivered on the change he promised.
Senator, playwright, author, and human rights advocate Shehu Sani is from Nigeria. He leads the Nigerian Civil Rights Congress (CRCN). together with the president of Hand-in-Hand, Africa. In the fight to bring back democracy in Nigeria, he played a key role. Previous military governments in Nigeria have both imprisoned and arrested him.
He was released from life imprisonment when democracy was restored in Nigeria in 1999.
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