A former Kaduna-Central Senator, Shehu Sani, has suggested eight things Nigeria’s next president should do to improve the country.
Sani said whoever succeeds President Muhammadu Buhari must tackle terrorism, fix the economy, and unite the country.
In a tweet, the former lawmaker said Nigeria’s next president should fix Nigeria’s power sector, service the country’s debt, and address the issues of public universities.
Others, according to Sani include petroleum subsidy, and restructuring.
He wrote: “Eight to-do list for Nigeria’s next president.
“Combatting Terrorism, fixing the Economy., Uniting the country, Fixing power.
“Servicing Debt, Public universities issues, Petroleum subsidy issues, and Restructuring.”
He also noted that the death sentence for bandits and their informants in Zamfara State was necessary.
“Zamfara’s death sentence for terrorists, Bandits and their informants is a necessity compelled by the situation the state found itself.
“Zamfara has become a breeding ground and safe haven for terrorists. Zamfara is today worse than Borno State,” he added.