Former Nigerian lawmaker representing Kaduna central Senatorial district at the National Assembly, Senator Shehu Sani has once again broken his silence. This time around, the outspoken politician took to his social media page and expressed his views regarding the ongoing VAT controversy."Senator Shehu Sani |Google|"
Shehu Sani who appeared distressed, noted that both zones want to keep everything for themselves without thinking about the other.
He wrote, "The North Wants to retain VAT and power and the South wants to keep VAT and have power; everyone wants to have everything for himself" he added.
This reaction from Shehu Sani seems funny but should not be overlooked. The ongoing VAT controversy has lingered on for so long that many believe it will soon pave a way from restructuring to take place.
Nonetheless, all states government should come together and find a way to resolve this lingering crisis. No state can survive without one another. We need to share our resources with one another like we've always done. That's the only way we can all grow.
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