Shehu Sani Defends Tinubu and Holds Buhari Accountable for Zamfara Massacre

…By Dorcas Funmi for TDPel Media. Former Kaduna Central Senator, Shehu Sani, has voiced his opinion that President Bola Tinubu should not be held responsible for the recent tragic events in Zamfara State.

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Sani argued that the blame should be placed on former President Muhammadu Buhari, as he handed over a nation plagued by insecurity to his successor.

The killings in Zamfara State, according to Sani, should not be considered as Tinubu’s failure.

Sani Criticizes Buhari’s Legacy and Defense Expenditure

Sani, a socio-political commentator, emphasized that the responsibility for the current state of the nation lies with Buhari and his administration.

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He pointed out that Buhari claimed to have left Nigeria safer than he found it, despite spending substantial amounts of money on defense.

Sani expressed his disbelief at the notion that Buhari’s legacy should be celebrated solely because his cattle herds have not increased in number.

Sani’s Reaction to Reduced Work Days in Kwara and Edo States

Meanwhile, Shehu Sani also responded to the decision to reduce workdays for civil servants in Kwara and Edo States following the removal of fuel subsidy.

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Taking to his Twitter account, the former senator expressed his anticipation for a governor who would go a step further and instruct workers not to come to work at all.

Sani suggested that such a governor would set a new record and surpass the actions taken by both Kwara and Edo governors.

Conclusion:

Shehu Sani’s recent comments have sparked discussions on multiple fronts.

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While defending President Bola Tinubu from blame for the Zamfara massacre, he shifted the responsibility to former President Muhammadu Buhari, criticizing the state of insecurity inherited by the current administration.

Additionally, Sani reacted to the reduction in workdays for civil servants in Kwara and Edo States, expressing his curiosity about a governor who might take the unprecedented step of telling workers not to come to work at all.

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