Shehu Sani is a Nigerian senator, author, playwright, and human rights activist. He is the President of the Civil Rights Congress of Nigeria(CRCN). He was a leading figure in the struggle for the restoration of democracy in Nigeria.
Who is Shehu Sanni?
Shehu Sani (born 29 October 1967) is a Nigerian senator, author, playwright, and human rights activist. He has been arrested and jailed by successive past military regimes in Nigeria. He was released from life imprisonment when democracy was restored in Nigeria in 1999.
Full name: Shehu Sanni
Date of birth: 29 October 1967
Place of birth: Tudun Wada Kaduna South
State of origin: Kaduna State
Net worth: $1.5 Million
Education: Government Day Secondary school, Kagara, Niger State, Kaduna Polytechnic Kaduna.
Occupation: senator, author, playwright, and human rights activist.
Marital status: Married
Parents: Fatima Abubakar Sani(mother)
Political party: People’s Redemption Party
Sani was equally influenced by his mother, who was a community women’s leader; and the likes of Aminu Kano and the Northern Elements Progressive Union (NEPU) and PRP (Peoples Redemption Party) radical politics.
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