Shehu Sani, a former senator for Kaduna Central, has taken on his verified Twitter to send a message to those selling their votes for food items during an election.
As Nigerians and all political parties are preparing for the 2023 governorship election scheduled to hold on March 18, the outspoken human rights activist, Shehu Sani recently posted on his microblogging, Twitter, some minutes ago, to send a message to those selling their votes for a packet of spaghetti.
According to Shehu Sani, he said those that receive a packet of spaghetti in order to vote for their oppressors, should ensure to keep the plastic wrap safe.
Shehu Sani made it known his statement by saying they should keep the plastic wrap because it was going to be their meal for the next four years.
In his tweet, Shehu Sani wrote below:
"If you collect a packet of spaghetti in order to vote for your oppressors, keep the plastic wrap safely because it’s going to be your meal for the next four years."
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