The former senator that represented the good people of Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, Senator Shehu Sani has once again spoken. Senator Shehu Sani is one politician who always speaks out when there is a need for him to do so.
According to a recent tweet he made on his verified twitter handle, he dragged a popular Nigerian man of God, Pastor Tunde Bakare, stating it clearly that Pastor Tunde Bakare has suddenly gone quiet without saying anything again.
It should be recalled that Pastor Tunde Bakare was a strong critic of the previous PDP governments. He was the running mate of the Nigerian presidential candidate Muhammadu Buhari in the 2011 Nigerian presidential election. He was also a strong supporter of this present administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari, but lately, he has decided to remain silent. But nevertheless, Pastor Tunde Bakare has the right to speak or not to speak.
What is your take as it regards to what Senator Shehu Sani has just said here? You can drop your comments and opinions below.
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