- Senator Shehu Sani has reacted to the Nigeria Labour Congress' nationwide protest against the fuel subsidy removal by the federal government
- Sani expressed surprise that the NLC protest is happening in Kano state, with workers carrying placards
- The former lawmaker recalled how thugs violently countered the subsidy and EndSARS protests in the north
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Sani said northerners did not join protests during Buhari’s regime because “he is our own.”
In a post shared via his verified Twitter handle, @ShehuSani, he said thugs violently countered the subsidy and EndSARS protest in the region.
He expressed surprise that people are now protesting with placards in Kano state.
“When you listen to Tinubu’s speech, You’ll need a fan”, Shehu Sani faults national broadcast, blasts Buhari
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“Under Buhari, protest was a taboo in the North because “he is our own”. Subsidy and EndSARS protest was violently countered by sponsored thugs. Now I saw protesters with placards in Kano.”
“When you listen to Tinubu’s speech, you’ll need a fan,” Shehu Sani faults national broadcast, blasts Buhari
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