- All Progressives National Leader, Bola Ahmed Tinubu has been asked not to trust northern leaders whole heartedly
- According to Former Kaduna central Senator, Shehu Sani, the leaders in the norther are not being sincere with Tinubu
- Sani tells the APC national leader to ask any leader claiming to be supporting to him to paste his (Tinubu's) poster in front of his house
In what will bemuse many political commentators, former Kaduna central Senator, Shehu Sani has hinted that Northern politicians may not sincere in supporting the presidential ambition of Tinubu
PM News reports that Shehu Sani disclosed this in a post on Twitter.
He asked Tinubu to give the so-called supporters a simple test: The Jagaban poster test.
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“Our Dear Jagaban, Any northerner who comes to Lagos and declare his support for your presidential goal, tell him to paste your poster in the front of his house first. Yours Brotherly."
The post is generating series of reaction in Twittersphere, with many surprised by what Sani was insinuating.
In his reaction, Amos Emokiniovo Erhirhie, wrote:
“Oga Senator shehu Sani, Well done ooo.. How is the get family.…Make you increase the volume oo,. Because people way dey for back nor dey hear."
4 things that will happen if petrol price becomes N340 per litre - Shehu Sani reveals
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Sani revealed what Nigerians will experience if the price of petrol becomes N340 per litre.
Sani's comment follows a statement by the Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPC) that the price of petrol may range between N320 and N340 per litre after the removal of subsidy in 2022.
Though the minister of finance, budget and national planning, Zainab Ahmed, said the subsidy will be replaced with a N5000-a-month transportation grant to the poorest Nigerians, Senator Sani said the government's plan cannot solve "all these problems".
Also speaking on the FG's plan, May-May Ogoigbe, a marketing professional, warned that the removal of fuel subsidy in a time where there’s significant inflation in the economy might be retrogressive.