Oh yeah! a former Lawmaker of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Shehu Sani is in the news again and has taken to his Twitter handle @ShehuSani to share a hilarious tweet. Shehu Sani is well known for his outspokenness and his comedic nature. The Comrade who once represented the Kaduna North central constituency won the heart of many Twitter users because of his hilarious tweets that suits every occasion.
He took to his Twitter handle to reveal what he did in the spirit of Yoruba and Fulani oneness. He said he took yam flour, popularly known as "Amala" and fura, he disclosed that the only way he got himself bailed out was through flagyl. This implies that he had a running stomach after having such a meal.
It's no longer news that there is no love lost between Oodua republic Agitators and Fulani cattle herders, as the Yorubas' had asked them to leave their farmland because they felt they were responsible for the crimes perpetrated in South West States.
What Shehu Sani wrote on his Twitter handle generated mixed reactions online as seen in the screenshots below.
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