Rivers Youth, Why Did You Forcefully Remove Wike Statue? You’d Have Gently Unplugged It—According to Shehu Sani

Rivers Youth, Why Did You Forcefully Remove Wike Statue? You'd Have Gently Unplugged It—According to Shehu SaniSenator Shehu Sani, a former senator from Kaduna Central, mockingly criticized the dismissal of local government chairmen in Rivers State, who had been appointed by former Governor Nyesom Wike, in a post on his official X account. When the chairmen’s terms ended, Siminalayi Fubara, the current governor, removed them.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Sani argued that the removal could have been handled more diplomatically, saying “you would have just gently unplugged them, wrapped them, put them in a carton, and kept them in the store.” He expressed disappointment at the forceful removal, emphasising the need for a more civilised approach to politics.

He questioned the necessity of vandalism, emphasising the importance of respecting public property. Sani highlighted the need for restraint and responsible behaviour in public discourse.

According to him, “Haba, Rivers Youth, why did you forcefully remove and smash Wike’s statue?” If you don’t want it, you would have just gently unplugged it, wrapped it, put it in a carton, and kept it in the store.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>