Shehu Sani Reacts as Tinubu Donates N50million to Victims of Deadly Bandits Attack in Zamfara State

Shehu Sani Reacts as Tinubu Donates N50million to Victims of Deadly Bandits Attack in Zamfara State

  • Shehu Sani has shared his view regarding the recent donation made by a presidential aspirant of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, in Zamfara state
  • In his reaction, the former senator who represented Kaduna Central, Sani said he would reach out to his friend Dele Momodu to reach out to victims of Niger and Kaduna attacks
  • Meanwhile, Tinubu had earlier visited Zamfara to commiserate with Governor Bello Matawalle over the recent attacks by bandits in the state

Kaduna state- Shehu Sani, a former senator who represented Kaduna Central, has reacted to Bola Ahmed Tinubu's N50 million donation to victims of Zamfara state banditry.

The former federal lawmaker in his reaction Via his verified Twitter page on Friday, January 14, disclosed he would reach out to his friend, a presidential candidate the Peoples Democratic (PDP) candidate, Dele Momodu to do the same for victims of Niger and Kaduna attacks.

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Shehu Sani reacts as Tinubu donates N50million to victims of Zamfara state banditry
Shehu Sani reacts to Tinubu's visit to Zamfara state. Photo credit: Shehu Sani
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He wrote:

"Jagaban donated N50m for the victims of Zamfara Bandits attacks;I’m trying to call my friend Momodu and inform him of the victims of Niger and Kaduna attacks."

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Meanwhile, residents of Anka and Bukkuyum local government areas in Zamfara State say they have found over 50 dead bodies after the attacks earlier this week on some rural communities in the state, Premium Times also reported.

The residents said search parties were still out combing the bushes for more bodies and injured victims.

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In order to achieve national equity and balance, a former federal lawmaker, Shehu Sani, has given his support to the idea of a rotational presidency.

In an interview with Channels TV on Tuesday, January 11, the former senator from Kaduna Central noted that it is proper for each geopolitical zones in Nigeria to get the chance to produce a president.

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However, Sani explained that this should be done by negations and consultations among the zones.

He added that for instance, the north will have to discuss with the south and agree on a common platform as to what region is to be given the opportunity.

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In other news, Chris Ngige, the minister of labour and employment, had lent his support for the presidency to be zone to the south.

Ngige, in an interview, stated that although most political parties like the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) do not have the principle of rotation in their rules, it is an unwritten agreement enshrined in the Nigerian constitution.

The minister said this ideology runs through all the arms and levels of government in Nigeria to reflect the federal character.


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