A former Senator Shehu Sani has said a former governor shifted his clamour for the establishment of State Police once he left office.
Concise News understands that Nigerian states got their new governors late last month after the 2019 elections.
In a tweet on his handle, the former Kaduna lawmaker noted that when the governor whom he did not mention his name was in power, he (governor) advocated for the establishment of state police.
But according to him, due to witchhunt, the ex-governor’s successor is no longer an advocate of such.
“A Governor from the North East personally told me last year that he wants State Police; Now that he is out of office and hunted by his successor, I called him last night and asked him again he said he has changed his mind,” the lawmaker said.