Anaconda and the python once ruled the forest - Senator Shehu Sani

Anaconda and the python once ruled the forest - Senator Shehu Sani

- Senator Shehu Sani continues to use names of animals to illustrate the tussle in the presidency

- Sani on a Facebook post said cobras, vipers, mambas and boars merged and they dethroned the anaconda and the python

- The Kaduna state senator's recent post is a reply to the wife of President Muhammadu Buhari

Senator Shehu Sani representing Kaduna central has continued to use metaphors to draw illustrations about the issues in the country’s leadership with animals.

Sani’s in a recent Facebook post on Wednesday, July 12, replied Mrs Aisha Buhati saying: "Cobras, the vipers, the mambas, the boars merged and promised to take the inhabitants of the forest out of the forest of thorns to the promised forest of roses."

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Read the full message below:

"The Anaconda and the Python once ruled the Forest;they ruled unjustly and brutally,

The Cobras,the Vipers,the mambas,the Boars merged and promised to take the inhabitants of the forest out of the forest of thorns to the promised forest of roses; and they dethroned the Anaconda and the Python.

Then the forest was stuck with the Losers talking at each other and the winners not talking to each other.The Winners must talk to each other before the losers stop talking at each other."

Earlier, NAIJ.com reported that Nigerians reacted to a message posted on social media by Senator Sani and the wife of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Some of those who reacted alleged that the duo had joined Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), in calling Nigeria a zoo.

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Many of those who reacted failed to consider the actual message the two tried to convey.

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Source: Naija.ng

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