The former senator that represented the good people of Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, Senator Shehu Sani has once again spoken. Senator Sani is one Nigerian politician who always speaks out when there is a need for him to do so.
According to a post he made today on his Facebook page, he revealed how he was attacked by angry youths while he was driving. He stated that the angry youths blocked the road and were protesting.
Speaking further, he made it known that one of the protesters saw him and shouted "see senator" and they all moved towards his direction with sticks, but he quickly corrected them by telling them that he was a former senator, then they lowered their sticks and started praising him, he then drove away.
He ended his post by making it know that the word former can save people these days.
This is really a funny one from Senator Shehu Sani. Indeed the word "former" really saved him. Who knows what would have happened if he is presently a senator. Nigerians are really not happy any longer with the way things are going in Nigeria. This issue of insecuriy must be resolved before it becomes too late.
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