- Senator Shehu Sani has described as ''embarrassing'' the way Nigerian lawmakers plagiarise laws from Singapore
- Sani, on his Twitter page, wrote that the lawmakers "are lazily streamlining" the law of the Asian nation
- The former lawmaker's jibe followed an outrage that trailed alleged plagiarism of a social media regulatory bill sponsored by Senator Mohammed Musa
Shehu Sani, a former senator representing Kaduna Central, has expressed utter disgust over how Nigerian lawmakers "lazily" plagiarise some of the laws of Singapore into Nigeria.
In a tweet by the former lawmaker, critic and activist on Wednesday, May 20, Sani described as embarrassing the way Nigerian legislators "are lazily streamlining" laws of the Asain country.
"It’s embarrassing how some of our legislators are lazily streamlining Singaporean laws into the country," the 52-year-old former lawmaker tweeted.
Vocal and revolutionary, Sani was a senator in the eighth Senate led by Senator Abubakar Bukola Saraki. He was the Senate committee chairman on local & foreign debts during the 4-year legislative experience.
Legit.ng notes that Sani's jibe came on the heel of an outrage generated after a social media regulatory bill sponsored by Senator Mohammed Musa from Niger was discovered to have been plagiarised from Singapore.
Sani lost his re-election bid in 2019 to Uba Sani of the All Progressive Congress (APC), a party he left for the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) in 2018 after falling down the pecking order with some top political hierarchies in Kaduna state.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Shehu Sani has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to urgently address some issues in the country.
The former federal lawmaker on his Twitter page on Wednesday, March 18, urged President Buhari to address Nigerians on the coronavirus saga in the country.
Sani also advised the president to pay a visit to victims of the Abule-Ado gas explosion which claimed a lot of lives on Sunday, March 15.
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