Heart Warming Moment Shehu Sani Distributes Christmas Hampers to Traffic Wardens, Video Emerges

Heart Warming Moment Shehu Sani Distributes Christmas Hampers to Traffic Wardens, Video Emerges

  • Kaduna-born politician and activist Shehu Sani recently put a smile of the faces of traffic wardens in Kaduna state
  • The former Kaduna senator in the spirit of the festive season distributed Christmas hampers to the official on duty
  • Nigerians on Facebook have reacted to Sani's kind gesture letting him know that he is n example of a good leader

Kaduna - In what is described as a heart of gold, Senator Shehu Sani shared Christmas hampers to traffic wardens in Kaduna state.

As Nigerian Christians celebrate Christmas with billions of their counterparts across the globe, Sani deciciced to appreciate the officials while on duty.

Shehu Sani
Shehu Sani stopped to distribute hampers for traffic wardens on duty. Photo credit: Shehu Sani
Source: Facebook

Legit.ng gathered that the outspoken ex-lawmaker made this known on Saturday, December 25, in a post shared on his Facebook page. According to him, the officials never asked for it.

Reactions trail Sani's post

Meanwhile, some Nigerians have also reacted to Senator Sani's heart-warming gesture.

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Onoja Anthony Adama said:

"You are sure the next Governor of Kaduna. You are people driven."

Amarachi Sunny Ucheji said:

"The Best Choice of Leader in the Kaduna State! More Grace Alhaji!"

Uthman Dangambo wrote:

Good job comrade.

Zulaiha Sani said:

"Good leader, keep on skipping."

Yahaya Umar said:

"Very good leader"

Jubilation as FG announces free train rides for Nigerians from December 24 to January 4 ahead of Yuletide

Legit.ng previously reported that the federal government has declared free train rides for 12-days, from Friday, December 24 to Tuesday, January 4, 2022, ahead of the Yuletide.

The Managing Director, Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC), Mr Fidet Okhiria, made this known during an interview on Friday, December 24, in Abuja.

Okhiria said:

"The decision which was made in collaboration with the Ministry of Transportation is to ease movement of citizens during the yuletide.

MURIC makes urgent appeal to Christians in Christmas Day message

Meanwhile, Christians across the country have been urged to pray for Nigerian youths for divine guidance as they celebrate Christmas with millions of their counterparts worldwide.

Legit.ng gathered that the appeal was made by popular Islamic group, Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) on Saturday, December 25.

The director of MURIC, Prof. Ishaq Akintola in a press statement that was published on its website said the youths are on the path of destruction unless something is done urgently.

Source: Legit.ng

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