Former Kaduna Central Senator, Shehu Sani has taken to social media to voice out his opinion concerning the travel advisory advice given to UK citizens by the UK Government.


You could recall that the UK government warned its citizens to be very vigilant as some plans to commemorate the one-year anniversary of #EndSARS protests may lead to chaos in Lagos and Abuja.

The UK government warned its nationals to pay attention to the court hearing of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), which is set to begin on October 21, warning that it could result in protests and heightened insecurity in Abuja and the south-east.

The  UK government also cautioned its citizens to stay away from Borno, Yobe, Bayelsa, Bauchi, Gombe, Kaduna, Katsina, Delta, Rivers, Cross River, Zamfara, and Adamawa states.

In reaction to the news, Shehu Sani has intimated that Kaduna is a safe state and the outskirts are the places where there is banditry and other activities so he advised people seeking to visit the state to come to the safer side and avoid the dangerous part.

Shehu Sani wrote: “The British Government has reportedly issued a warning to its citizens against traveling to the entire South Eastern states and some states including my Kaduna. Please come by train; Inside of the Kaduna city is safe, just don’t stray to the outskirts.

“Governors and Godfathers always think of handing over power to a subservient and a loyal successor, troubles erupts when the stooge breaks from the chains and moves to assert his independence. Loyalty after power has become a mirage in most cases.”