Serious Free-for-all Fight Ensues Between FRSC Officials, Soldiers, Ex-senator Reacts To Embarrassing Video

Serious Free-for-all Fight Ensues Between FRSC Officials, Soldiers, Ex-senator Reacts To Embarrassing Video

A former lawmaker who represented Kaduna Central in the Senate, Shehu Sani, has reacted to a free-for-all fight that ensued between soldiers and operatives of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC).

Although Sani did not mention the date when this disturbing event took place, in the video it was obvious that it occurred in the afternoon on a highway.

FRSC Officials, Soldiers, fighting
The cause of the fight is not really known (Photo: Shehu Sani)
Source: Facebook

The combat which started as an argument degenerated into a serious fight between the law enforcement operatives and the armed security agents.

Watch the rather embarrassing video in this link.

The former senator reacted to the video with emoticons of wide-open eyes.

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Meanwhile, President Buhari had been blamed for the insecurity situation of the country.

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According to Sani, insecurity persisted in because the president is either too shy or weak to take action on his subordinates. He said this when he appeared as a guest speaker on a programme.

Sani said:

“People in the position of leadership are failing and they will keep on failing because we have a president who is too weak to take actions on his subordinates.
“If you preside over as a security man, military personnel or intelligence, or you preside over the local government or state and attacks are happening continuously in your place and nothing is being achieved, it is the responsibility of the president to remove such kind of persons and bring new persons.
“Security issues sometimes need things like this. There have been continuous allegations that this terrorism and banditry is being sustained because of the complicit of or collaboration with security agencies.”

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In another report, Rotimi Amaechi, the minister of transportation, said that every citizen will be protected if he is elected president of Nigeria.

Speaking at a meeting on Tuesday, April 26, with Governor Hope Uzodimma of Imo, and APC stakeholders in the state, Amaechi said he would be sincere to every Nigerian if he is given the opportunity.

The presidential hopeful added that all he needed is for Nigerians to trust him and give him the opportunity to lead in 2023.


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