Mukhtari Saleh, who spoke on behalf of the disabled persons when Sani visited their home in Kaduna, said because he has chosen to identify with the poor, his ambition of becoming a senator would certainly become a reality.
“We have always been accused of disturbing people with begging but the truth is that if we have something worthwhile to do, we will stop begging. We have been neglected and marginalised because we don’t have any representative in government, so we shall continue to beg until our plights are looked into and we are given our rightful place in government,” he said.
NOMINATE AFRICAN OF THE YEAR 2019
OVER 5,000 NIGERIAN MEN HAVE OVERCOME POOR BEDROOM PERFORMANCE SYNDROME DUE TO THIS BRILLIANT DISCOVERY