Shehu Sani, a former senator for Kaduna Central, has taken on his verified Twitter to say Nigerian politicians will leave mosques and churches after the election.
As Nigerians and all the political parties are preparing for the forthcoming 2023 governorship election that is scheduled to hold on Saturday, 18th March 2023, many governorship candidates and politicians have been visiting mosques and churches.
However, the outspoken human rights activist, Shehu Sani recently posted on his microblogging, Twitter, some minutes ago, saying after the 2023 governorship election, Nigerian politicians will abandon the Mosques and Churches for those people seeking spiritual healings, deliverance, and salvation.
In his tweet, Shehu Sani wrote below:
"After the election, politicians will leave the Mosques and Churches for those seeking spiritual healings, deliverance, and salvation."
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