The former Senator of the National Assembly, Senator Shehu Sani has taken to his Official Twitter handle to express his thought following the news of the repentant Bandit in Zamfara that decided to return back to forest to pick up arms after being granted Amnesty by the State Government.
News had it earlier today that Auwal Daudawa, who recently embraced the Amnesty Program initiated by Zamfara State Government had retuned to the forest to pick up arms. It was reported that all what he needed were been provided by the Government, so, reasons why he decided to ditch the program is still unknown.
However, former Senator Shehu Sani has something to say about it. According to him, he said:
“The Katsina repentant Bandit left Gomorrah and returned to Sodom.”
Auwal Daudawa, repentant Bandit who picked up arms again and Former Senator, Shehu Sani
Social media users however found this funny as they hailed the Senator for his unmatched sense of humour. Below are some of the reactions:
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