Tinubu Was A Major Organizer Of Protests And Today, He’s On The Other Side Of The Battle Line” – Shehu Sani

Shehu Sani

Shehu Sani, a former senator who represented Kaduna State in the National Assembly, has spoken out in support of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trades Union Congress (TUC) strikes.

According to Sani, President Bola Tinubu was formerly a well-known protest organizer and leader in Nigeria, thus he sees nothing wrong with these demonstrations.

Sani claims that prominent politicians like Tinubu regularly take to the streets to demonstrate against policies they find objectionable. He thinks it’s time for Tinubu’s government to face the facts after months of protests against its policies.

Senator Shehu Sani admitted in an interview that he has taken part in demonstrations in the past. He notes that protesting is becoming a common way for politicians to air their grievances and worries to the public. The effects of these protests are now apparently being felt by Tinubu’s government.

Shehu Sani remarked in part, “Tinubu was a major organiser of protests, but today, he is on the other side of the battle line.”


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