Shehu Sani: Edo has become Syria, Obaseki is Asad, Osho is Al Bagdadhi


In a veiled reference to the ongoing drama at the Edo State House of Assembly, former Senator representing Kaduna Central senatorial district, Senator Shehu Sani on Saturday said “it was the carpenter who taught the apprentice how to remove roof and ceiling during raining season.”

Sani who alluded to the reported removal of the roof of the roof of the State House of Assembly Complex to further buttress the argument that the place is undergoing renovation, said in a series of tweets on his twitter handle @ShehuSani that Edo has literally turned to a war zone.

He likened the political climate in Edo State ahead of the governorship election in the state to that of Syria.

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Sani, who describes himself as a human rights activist and pan-africanist also expressed concerns that terror gangs in countries like Saudi, Turkey amongst others, now operate in Edo states.

He also took a swipe at major players of political happenings in the state and likened them to major political actors in the world including the incumbent governor, Godwin Obaseki who he described as “Assad.”

Part of his tweets read: “Edo has become Syria; Obaseki is Assad, Wike is Putin, Baba is Trump, Jagaban is Nathanyahu, with Saudi, Turkey, Iran and terror groups all in there. Osho is Al Bagdadhi.”

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