Biography Of Shehu Sani

Shehu Sani is a Nigerian senator, an author, playwright and a human rights activist. He is President of the Civil Rights Congress of Nigeria – (CRCN). and the Chairman of Hand-in-Hand, Africa. He was a leading figure in the struggle for the restoration of democracy in Nigeria.

NAME: Shehu Sani

DATE OF BIRTH:  29 October 1967

PLACE OF BIRTH: Tudun Wada, Kaduna.

OCCUPATION: Agricultural Engineer, Civil Rights Activist, Author, Publisher, Poet

EDUCATION: He had his primary schooling at Local Government Education Authority (LGEA), Badarawa, and Kaduna between 1975 and 1980. He enrolled at Government Day Secondary school, Kagara, Niger State (1980–84), and proceeded to Government Science College School, Kagara, Niger State. He gained admission into the Kaduna Polytechnic in 1984, to study Agricultural Engineering up to HND level, in 1993.

CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: In 2003, Sani contested for the Senate under Alliance for Democracy (AD) and lost to Senator Muktar Aruwa of the All Nigerian Peoples Party ANPP
In 2011, he contested for the senate under Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) and lost to Senator Sani Saleh in the primaries.
In 2015, Sani won the senate seat after defeating Senator Sani Saleh in the primaries and defeated Senator Muktar Aruwa in the General Election.
On 4 September 2015, he became the first and only Nigerian Senator to declare his assets publicly


Killing Fields, 2007
Poverty in Northern Nigeria
Political Assassination in Nigeria, 2007
Youth as vanguard in the Battle against corruption
Scorpion under pillow, 2007
Civilian dictators of Africa, 2008
Always wrong, can Yar’adua get it right, 2009
Betrayal and Society, 2009
The Children of Kaduna, 2011
The Children of Jos, 2011
Protest and Freedom, 2012
Rebellious ideas, 2013
Nigeria and Ethiopia: An analysis of historical ties, 2013
Hatred for Black People, 2013[4][self-published source]

Phantom Crescent, 2009
Thugs at the Helm

Prison anthology, 2007
The poem of peace in the season of bloodshed

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