The former senator that represented Kadunna Central Senatorial zone under the defunct 8th Assembly, Senator Shehu Sani has once again spoken out. The former senator in recent days has been vocal to some extent as he always speaks out when there is need for him to do so.
In a tweet he made this morning, he condemns the decision taken by the federal government and the honourable minister of transportation, Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi.
According to him, the 100 percent increase in train fare is unjust, unfair, soulless and insensitive. He further urged those in government to try and make things easier for the people when they are on top of the rock of power, because they will definitely meet with those people when they are back to the base of life.
The full tweet made by Shehu Sani could be seen below here.
Senator Shehu Sani is a writer and a human right activist. He is one man that has changed many lives positively. Many people see him as the voice of the voiceless, because he always tries to speak out. He was the former senator that represented the good people of Kadunna Central Senatorial zone. He was a strong member of APC prior to the 2019 general election.
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