- Shehu Sani has revealed that his wife has always been on the look out to see the contents of his phone
- According to the former Kaduna senator, hi daughter has always thwarted efforts of the wife to get hold of it
- Meanwhile, many Nigerians on Facebook have reacted to the revelation, hilariously urging Sani to allow his wife access
Former Kaduna senator, Shehu Sani has revealed that his daughter always thwarts efforts of his wife to take hold of his mobile phone.
The outspoken senator who recently defected to the opposition's People Democratic Party (PDP) made this known on his Facebook page.
"Each time I gave my phone to my daughter to play games with, I noticed that her mother always like to call her to the kitchen; my smart girl would then hand the phone back to me before moving to the Kitchen; then you’ll see the mother frowning. I like my girl."
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Meanwhile, reactions have quickly followed his hilarious post on Facebook.
Babangida Danlawal Gumau in his reaction wrote:
Wise girls do not usually become a cause to crises between their parents for peace to continue to reign in the family.
Hon Ahmed Tijjani Mustaph also wrote:
"Smart Girl, like Father, like daughter, my Brother I see your smartness in her. Am highly proud of her, Allah Ya raya Mana."
"Comrade please allow Madam to play games with your phone too. After all she gave you your lovely daughter."
"Showing love to the parents, she doesn’t want to create any bad scene, she want both to be happy."
Asabe Sukai Adole
"Madam also wants to play the game too na."
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Meanwhile, if the suggestions of Shehu Sani, a former lawmaker who represented Kaduna Central, is taken seriously, the idea of an Igbo presidency in 2023 might become a reality.
In a video shared via Facebook, Sani advised politicians in the southeast to build bridges of cordial relationships to the north, if they hope to get to the presidency.
The former senator explained that this will also work for the region economically and socially as many Igbos reside in the north. Sani, who is also a fiery activist, social critic, and commentator, shared these thoughts during an interview