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I Was Driving When An Angry Crowd Of Youths Sighted Me & Moved Towards Me With Sticks - Shehu Sani.

Shehu Sani, who is a Nigerian senator, an author, playwright, and a human rights activist, has taken to his official Facebook handle to reveal that he was driving one day when a group of angry youths who were protesting against the issue of Insecurity and kidnapping in the country blocked the road, and when they saw him, one of them shouted, "see senator", and they moved towards him with sticks, probably to attack him with it, but Shehu Sani quickly corrected the angry youths that he was the former senator not the present one, and they lowered their sticks, and started praising him.

According to the President of the Civil Rights Congress of Nigeria, Shehu Sani, he said, "I was driving when an angry crowd of youths protesting against kidnapping blocked the road, one of them sighted me, and shouted see senator, and they moved towards me with sticks, I quickly corrected him former Senator, then they lowered their sticks, showered praises on me, and I speedily drove off. My brothers and sisters, former fit save you these days".

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