The former senator that represented Kadunna Central Senatorial zone under the defunct 8th assembly, Senator Shehu Sani has been very outspoken in recent days. He has on several occasions spoken on political and social issues of the country.
In a tweet made by the former senator this morning, he decided to mock the Niger Delta people. According to him, Niger Delta people always think that their enemies are far away from them, not knowing that their own enemies are right in their own midst.
The tweet he made read; "Niger Deltans used to think all their enemies are in Sokoto, while they are actually in their shokoto."
The tweet could be seen below here.
Senator Shehu Sani was speculated to have made this tweet because of the corruption scandals rocking the NDDC and it's ministry in recent days.
Senator Shehu Sani is a writer and a human right activist. He is a man that has helped man over the years. He was a strong member of the ruling All Progressives Congress APC, prior to the 2019 general election.
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