The former senator that represented the good people of Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, Senator Shehu Sani has once again spoken. Senator Sani is one man who always speaks out when there is a need for him to do so.
According to a post he made earlier today on his verified twitter handle, he made it known that it's not really necessary that wives must bear the name of their husband's as their surname. Going further, he stated that it will be better for them to bear their father's name instead
Furthermore, he added that those women who are mixing their father's name and husband's name with a minus or dash should try and use a plus sign instead.
This is really a funny one from Senator Shehu Sani. But I think that Shehu Sani has made a valid point here. Instead of mixing their father's name and their husband's name with the minus sign, it will be better for them to use the plus sign instead.
So, what is your take as it regards to what Shehu Sani has just said here? You can drop your comments and opinions below.
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