Shehu Sani, a former senator for Kaduna Central, has taken on his verified Twitter to say the bill to criminalize protest will not see the light of the day.
A protest is a public expression of objection, disapproval or dissent towards an idea or action, typically a political one. A protest is seen in a society where people come out in groups to express their dissatisfaction over an action. It is used to demand a better response, especially from the government.
Recall that it was reported that the Federal Government through the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika has vowed to enforce the section of the Civil Aviation Act (2022) which disallows employees from embarking on strike.
However, the outspoken activist, Shehu Sani took to his microblogging, Twitter, some minutes ago, to express his concern over the banning of protests in the country.
According to the outspoken activist, he said the bill to criminalize protest will not see the light of the day despite the rubber stamp mentality.
In his tweet, Shehu Sani wrote below:
"The Bill to criminalize protest will not see the light of the day despite their rubber stamp mentality."
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