The Senator that represented Kaduna Central in the 8th National Assembly, Comrade Shehu Sani, has described the bill on the regulation of social media as a serious threat and danger to freedom of speech and expression.

Comrade Sani in a statement said the quest to regulate the social media is a grand plan to silence critics and dissenting voices.

The former lawmaker who is also the Executive Director African Centre for Peace and Development recalled that President Muhammadu Buhari was as once a victim of abuse of power and as such, he must be conscious of his place in history and legacies on human rights and the rule of law. Senator Sani who noted that any law aimed at limiting the Rights and Freedoms of Citizens to express their views is aimed at building a tower of tyranny, however urged the parliament not to aide and abet the executive desire to emasculate freedom of speech.

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