Rice Pyramid: Shehu Sani Lists 2 Failed Projects of President Buhari

Rice Pyramid: Shehu Sani Lists 2 Failed Projects of President Buhari

  • The Nigerian federal government has been accused of launching two projects that have eventually failed
  • Senator Shehu Sani, a former Kaduna state senator made this bold claim on his Twitter page recently
  • Recall that President Muhammadu Buhari had on Tuesday, January 18, unveiled the rice pyramid in Abuja

The immediate past senator representing the Kaduna Central senatorial district, Senator Shehu Sani, has tacitly called out the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led federal government over the recent rice pyramid launch in Abuja.

According to the outspoken politician who has vowed to clear the rot by the APC in Kaduna state if he is elected governor, other projects launched by the Nigerian government have all faded away.

Shehu Sani calls out APC
Shehu Sani has tacitly called out the All Progressives Congress APC led federal government over the rice pyramid that was launched in Abuja recently. Photo: Shehu Sani
Source: Twitter

S consequently asked if the recent rice pyramid launch will not follow suit. He went ahead to list some of the projects of this administration which have faded away.

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He wrote:

"Made in Nigeria phone was launched and it disappeared. Nigeria’s electric car was launched and it disappeared; We hope the Pyramid of Abuja will not toe the line of the phone and the car."

Mixed reactions to Sani's comment

Meanwhile, many Nigerians on Twitter agreed with him, insisting that the projects are doomed to fail.

2023: What rotational presidency will cause in Nigeria

In order to achieve national equity and balance, Shehu Sani gave 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.

Shehu Sani reacts as Tinubu donates N50million to victims of deadly bandits attack

Meanwhile, Sani 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.

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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