The former senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial District, Senator Shehu Sani has told the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to President Muhammadu Buhari, Femi Adesina, to watch the Nigerian Premier League, NPL and used it as an example instead of using the English Premier League, EPL.
Shehu made this statement regarding an article written by Femi Adesina of which he titled, "Lessons for Nigerians from EPL". In the article, Adesina referred to Man City winning the English Premier League this season. He stated that at the beginning things were rough with the club, they were at the 13th position and everyone insulted Pep Guardiola, today he is being celebrated.
He (Femi Adesina) compared it to that of President Buhari's administration saying the president his trying to build the country since 2015 when he took over from President Goodluck Jonathan. Many have been fighting and saying all sorts of things against President Buhari but he will be celebrated at last.
However, a popular political activist and a former senator, Shehu Sani has taken to his verified Twitter handle to caution Femi Adesina and advised him to watch the Nigerian Premier League, NPL and make examples with it instead of using the EPL. Read his tweet below.
"Dear Bro @FemAdesina, watch Nigerian Premier League, make your examples with NPL and leave EPL".
The screenshots below show the articles written by Femi Adesina.
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