Shehu Sani Reveals What Should Be Done If Govt Don't Want To Pay Ransom To Bandits, See What He Said
By relationship-Guru | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 1 views
Senator Shehu Sani recently took to his official twitter handle and advised the government on what to do if they don't intend negotiating with Bandits or pay Ransom to them.
Senator Shehu Sani is a former Nigerian lawmaker who contested and won the Kaduna central senatorial district on the platform of the All Progressive Congress on March 28, 2015. He is also the president of the Civil Rights congress of Nigeria.
Back to our topic of Interest, according to Shehu Sani, If the Government does not want to negotiate with Bandits or pay them ransom, they should find a way to engage and pay informants among them. He said the only way out is infiltration.
The tweet by Shehu Sani amazed many of his followers, many of them supported his ideas while other spoke against it.
Below is what they said in Reactions.
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