Shehu Sani, a former senator for Kaduna Central, has taken on his verified Twitter to say there are some states with results that shows that the people are not tired of suffering.
As the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), resumed the collation of results for the 2023 presidential election for each state in the country, the outspoken human rights activist, Shehu Sani recently posted on his microblogging, Twitter, saying the states in the North West and North East were dominated by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressive Congress (APC).
However, Shehu Sani concluded his statement by saying there were some states with results that shows that the people were not tired of suffering.
In his tweet, Shehu Sani wrote below:
"The states in the North West and North East are dominated by the PDP and the APC. There are some states with results that shows that the people are not tired of suffering"
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