The former senator that represented Kadunna Central Senatorial zone under the defunct 8th national assembly, Shehu Sani has once again spoken today. He spoke concerning the way people invited to the National Assembly always walk out when it's not time for them to take their leave.
The former senator stated it clearly that walking out on legislators is becoming a common thing nowadays. He further stated that the legislators should be closing their doors and aswell padlock them each time they invited heads of MDAs.
This tweet made by Shehu Sani might look or sound funny, but what he said is the pure truth. It seems like our National Assembly has lost its respect because people holding public offices no longer respect them.
The full tweet made by Shehu Sani could be seen below here.
Shehu Sani is a well known writer and a human right activist. He was the former senator that represented the good people of Kadunna Central Senatorial zone under the defunct 8th assembly. He is a man respected by many due to his outspokenness. He was a strong member of APC prior to the 2015 general election.
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