Unbelievable See What Senator Shehu Sani Said About Northern Traditional Rulers’ Meetings In Abuja

Senator Shehu Sani, a former Nigerian legislator, claims that while many Northern traditional rulers have been victims of kidnapping and terrorist attacks, some of them are also collaborators in these crimes.
On Tuesday afternoon, while reacting to news of the Northern traditional rulers meeting in Abuja to review the situation of security in the North, the former senator who represented Kaduna South in the 8th house of assembly made this known.
Senator Shehu Sani, who first and foremost revealed that it is unfortunately that many of the members of the northern traditional rulers have become victims of kidnapping and terrorist attacks.
He then also revealed that some of their members are also among the collaborators in kidnapping and terrorist attacks in the country.
He then also advised the federal government to pay attention to them and also join forces with them so as to put an end to insecurity in the northern part of Nigeria.
And in Senator Shehu Sani’ s tweet on Tuesday afternoon, he wrote that ” The Northern traditional rulers met in Abuja yesterday to discuss the security situation in the North. ”
” Unfortunately, many of their members have become victims of terrorists and kidnappers, and truly, some of them are collaborators.
” The government should pay attention and join forces with them. ”
However, after the former senator made these tweets on Tuesday afternoon, many Nigerians praised him for saying things the way they are.
And according to Happy Henry, he wrote that ” and truly, some of them are collaborators. ” Thanks to Senator Shehu Sani (@ShehuSani) for saying things the way they are.
@Mae Charles also wrote, ” To what effect exactly? When bandits who are captured are still released to society because they have repented, yet we have laws and a government. Nigeria is a very big mess. “

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