Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Politics




Nigeria politics

Workers In A Govt Office I Went To Are Not In Talking Terms Due To Division Caused by Election— Sani

The Senator that represented the Kaduna Central senatorial distirict in the National House of Assembly, has said that he went to the office of a Government Agency, and he observed that some of the civil servants are not I talking terms with each other as a result of the just concluded general elections.

The human rights activist made this known today (Sunday) in a message that he sent on social media using his official Twitter account.

Recall that the 2023 gubernatorial election was reportedly tainted with violence, ethnic profiling and voter suppression.

Intimidation cases witnessed during the governorship and House of Assembly elections in Lagos State have sparked tensions between the Yorubas and the Igbo in the state.

The open exhibition of contempt for the Igbos at various polling units around the state reportedly caused Igbos in some areas to go into panic.

Due to a rumored plan to seize control of Lagos government through Rhodes-Vivour, who is allegedly connected to Anambra State, many of the Igbos had been prevented from casting their votes.

However, Senator Shehu Sani stated that while he was still in the Government Agency's office, he was informed that the general elections had divided their office along ethnic lines, resulting in much bitterness and distrust.

According to Shehu Sani's tweet, "I went into the Office of a Government Agency and I noticed that some of the Civil servants are not in talking terms with each other; then someone told me that the general elections divided their office along ethnic lines with so much bitterness and distrust."

Content created and supplied by: Empirewriter (via Opera News )


Load app to read more comments