Nigerians Lack Culture, History Of Defending What Past Presidents Did While In Office — Shehu Sani

Shehu Sani
Shehu Sani

Shehu Sani has said Nigerians don’t have the culture and history of defending the actions of their Presidents when they leave office, in his latest advise to President Muhammadu Buhari.

This follows an alarm raised by a Senior Advocate of Nigeria(SAN), Femi Falana that Ibrahim El Zakzaky, leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria(IMN) is yet to be realised by the Department of State Service(DSS), days after a Kaduna High court had given an order.

El Zakzaky had been granted permission to travel to India alongside his wife, government officials and operatives of the DSS for medical treatment in India.

In his advise to Buhari, the former lawmaker said that the President must avoid “leaving behind a poisonous legacy of rights violations no matter the temptation, provocation and instigation” by those encouraging it.”

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His words: The President must avoid leaving behind a poisonous legacy of rights violations no matter the temptation, provocation & instigation by those encouraging it. Nigerians don’t have the culture & history of defending the actions of their Presidents When they leave office.

 

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