Former Kaduna state governorship candidate, Shehu Sani has taken to social media to criticize the set of Nigerians that are connecting President-elect, Bola Ahmed Tinubu's victory to God unlike when former Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan was declared the winner of the presidential election in 2011. He made such criticism on Twitter.
The senator who spoke about such issue through his official Twitter account, stated that when former president, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (GEJ) won the 2011 presidential election and someone said that power is from God, many people rejected such sermon and also triggered a national protest.
Shehu Sani however, noted that today the same set of people are saying that power is from God.
Shehu Sani wrote;
"When GEJ won in 2011 and someone said power is from God, they rejected that sermon and triggered a national protest. Today they are back to saying power is from God".
Here is Shehu Sani's post below;
Recall that Shehu Sani had few hours ago, revealed that some members of the APC wanted the likes of Ahmed Lawan or Rotimi Amaechi to take over power after President Muhammadu Buhari, and that is why such people are not comfortable with the ruling party.
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