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No Country Will Be Free From Impunity Once Leaders Are Not Held Accountable – Shehu Sani



Former Kaduna Senator, Shehu Sani says no country will be free from the impunity of misuse of power once its leaders are not held accountable after power.

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He also added that countries will not be free if these leaders are made to believe that they will be forgiven once they ask for forgiveness.

The ex-federal lawmaker stated this in a tweet on his handle on Sunday.

Shehu Sani wrote, “No Country will be free from the impunity of misuse or abuse of power once its leaders are not held accountable after power, and are made to believe that they will be forgiven once they ask for forgiveness.”

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Sani’s comment comes days after President Muhammadu Buhari asked Nigerians to forgive him.

Buhari had begged for forgiveness in a Sallah message he delivered on Friday, April 21, while hosting some residents of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), who paid him a visit at his residence in the Presidential Villa, in Abuja.

Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Muhammed Bello, led the visitors.

Buhari said he accepted all the complaints and criticisms directed at him in good faith because they were part of the leadership attributes he asked from God.

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“God gave me an incredible opportunity to serve the country. We are all humans. If I have hurt some people along the line of my service to the country, I ask that they pardon me.

“All those that I have hurt, I ask that they pardon me,” the President said during the visit of the FCT residents, according to a statement signed by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina.

Buhari thanked Nigerians for the honour given to him to serve the nation for two terms (2015-2023) as an elected President.

Although the president did not mention the name of anyone he offended, Kanyi Daily understands that Buhari’s administration brought sorrow and suffering to Nigerians.

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Recall that the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) redesigned and unveiled the N200, N500, and N1,000 notes in November 2022.

Many Nigerians took their old notes to the banks, hoping to exchange them for new ones.

For many weeks, people in the country could not get the new notes, which were very scarce in circulation.

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The situation was extremely tough for Nigerians as some of them went naked and fought in banks in protests.

It took a Supreme Court ruling before the CBN released the old notes back into circulation to ease the acute pains faced by the citizens.

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