The former senator that represented the good people of Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, Senator Shehu Sani, has reacted to the recent calls by Northern political elites for the post of the senate president to be zoned to the north, instead of instead of south.
While reacting, Shehu Sani made it known that the northerners who supported Asiwaju Bola Tinubu to the throne, are now saying that they wave the post if the senate president, so as to checkmate him.
Speaking further, Shehu Sani described it as a good political strategy, noting that their action is like being in love and also being doubt and living in fear. He ended his tweet by making it known that true love suppose to be blind.
Senator Shehu Sani made this disclosure in a tweet he made on his twitter handle. Read the full tweet below.
Lately, there have been series of speculations, regarding the region that should have the post of the senate president in the forthcoming 10th national assembly. Most Northern politicians bare of the notion that the post of Senate President Senate President should come to the north. But be it as it may,, Nigerians are waiting patiently to see how it will all end.
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