Shehu Sani should be arrested immediately for uttering these words to a federal minister [Opinion]
By EngrAsad | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 6627 views
Shehu Sani is a well known social media activist, a popular politician and a former senator from Kaduna state. Shehu Sani is famous for continuously engaging in political issues, whenever something happens in the country, he always drop a comment on it, whenever he sees a decision that is contrary to what he think is the best solution, he goes against it and even make a post about it, otherwise he support it.
Recently, Shehu sani has made a tweet telling the Honorable Minister of transportation, Mr Rotimi Amaechi that increase in the train fare is not good. But the way he addressed it looks more harsh as we can see in the screenshot below.
For making this tweet and considering the words he uttered to this federal minister, this man should be arrested immediately, arresting him will help in maintaining order and morality in the country. We should all know how to talk with respect.
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