Drama: Senate President’ aide, Sanni clashes over strike suspension

By Oluwaseun Sonde

The Special Assistant to the Senate President on Media, Abubakar Sadiq Usman has mocked the former Kaduna Central Senator, Shehu Sanni who twitted on Monday that he was stock on national strike. In his response to the twit, Uman said “Now that you have been disappointed, what will you do now? If only you still have a job”. Shehu Sanni replied, “When your Boss was participating in protest what Job was he doing, rearing cattle?”<

Usman responded again “He doesn’t even know that rearing cattle is a job. If you had kept that camel. If only”. Shehu Sanni answered, “It’s better to donate or ride a Carmel than to serve or Clean the anus of a Carmel as a Job”. Usman also replied, “At least there is a job. Dignity in Labour that is. You don’t even have one. You’re on permanent retirement”.

Sanni Photo : Photo of their twits

Meanwhile, Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) and the organised Labour have come to term after six hours of meeting on&nbsp;the decision to suspend strike and nationwide protest&nbsp;for two weeks to allow further negotiations.

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