Sani Yerima: A silly pervert in a Senator clothen

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Ever since I watched the harrowing display of stupidity in the National Assembly, where Senator Sani Yerima, former governor of Zamfara State, now Senator, fully backed by Senator Danjuma Goje, former governor of Gombe State, now Senator, was literally persuading the Nigeria’s Senate to approve “underage marriage”, two questions has stand out in my mind, what kind of a sick bastard is Yerima? And what kind of sick parents will marry out their underage child to a full grown man?

For the sake of those who do not know what the issue is all about, the contentious provision, Section 29, allows citizens who are of age to renounce Nigerian citizenship if they wish. For that purpose, the constitution says, 18-years and above shall be considered to be “of age”. In addition to this, a woman or a girl who is married shall also be considered to be of age – a section that could be interpreted to imply that even a day-old baby, once married, shall be considered to be “of age”.

Now the Senate’s amendment committee proposed that that definition be deleted, a vote was conducted in the Senate on Tuesday, with the majority voting in favour of the proposition, leaving the prospect of final passage if accepted by the House of Representatives. However, late into the voting of other disputed sections of the constitution, Yerima questioned why the section dealing with age of a married woman was deleted, describing the move as un-islamic and thus, demanded a revisit, a call that was turned down by the Senate president, David Mark…who though, later gave in to his demand.

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The run-down goes on and on but the crux of the issue is that the second vote STAYED the contentious section of the 1999 Constitution.

The over-enduring people of Nigeria are looking forward to seeing a motion that will over-night, change the system by providing jobs for the teeming unemployed, that will equal our educational system to that of UK or the US, that will reduce the cost of food commodities, setup vibrant and efficient venture and equity capital to support Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise in Nigeria etc., but instead, Yerima and his likes are thinking of little children to abuse.

Senator Yerima’s motion in my opinion is the worst motion ever raised by anyone in history. His campaign will not only destroy the essence for which policies are made but will go a long way to encourage and support CHILD ABUSE in the country.

Their counterparts in other countries are bringing up motions that will strengthen their country, bring about positive change and a drive for the process of urbanization and globalization. Nigeria as a leading country in Africa has the brain force and resources to reshape the world; she can do this with brighter and like minds in the system but not with minds that only fights for the number of little babies to abuse.

The Nigerian Senate for the sake of moral values and protection of the law on child abuse, should find a way to kick out that motion and see that it doesn’t see the light of the day. Oh and before i forget, Zamfara State indigenes should make sure that the like of Yerima is never brought to represent their constituency.

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  • CHECK OUT THE LIST OF THE SENATORS WHO VOTED FOR UNDER-AGED MARRIAGE.

    1. Sen. Abdulmumin M. Hassan (Jigawa South West, PDP).
    2. Sen. Abdullahi Danladi (Jigawa North West, PDP).
    3. Sen. Adamu Abdullahi (Nasarawa West, PDP).
    4. Sen. Ahmed Barata (Adamawa South, PDP).
    5. Sen. Akinyelure Ayo (Ondo Central, Labour Party).
    6. Sen. Alkali Saidu A. (Gombe North, PDP).
    7. Sen. Bagudu Abubakar A. (Kebbi Central, PDP).
    8. Sen. Dahiru Umaru (Sokoto South, PDP).
    9. Sen. Galaudu Isa (Kebbi North, PDP).
    10. Sen. Garba Gamawa (Bauchi North, PDP).
    11. Sen. Danjuma Goje Mohammed (Gombe Central, PDP).
    12. Sen. Gobir Ibrahim (Sokoto East, PDP).
    13. Sen. Gumba Adamu Ibrahim (Bauchi South, PDP).
    14. Sen. Hadi Sirika (Katsina North, CPC).
    15. Sen. Ibrahim Bukar Abba (Yobe East, ANPP).
    16. Sen. Jajere Alkali (Yobe South, ANPP).
    17. Sen. Jibrilla Mohammed (Adamawa North, PDP).
    18. Sen. Kabiru Gaya (Kano South, ANPP).
    19. Sen. Lafiagi Mohammed (Kwara North, PDP).
    20. Sen. Lawan Ahmad (Yobe North, ANPP).
    21. Sen. Maccido Mohammed (Sokoto North, PDP).
    22. Sen. Musa Ibrahim (Niger North, CPC).
    23. Sen. Ndume Mohammed Ali (Borno South, PDP).
    24. Sen. Sadiq A. Yaradua (Katsina Central, CPC).
    25. Sen. Saleh Mohammed (Kaduna Central, CPC).
    26. Sen. Tukur Bello (Adamawa Central, PDP).
    27. Sen. Ugbesia Odion (Edo Central, PDP).
    28. Sen. Umar Abubakar (Taraba Central, PDP).
    29. Sen. Usman Abdulaziz (Jigawa North East, PDP).
    30. Sen. Ya’au Sahabi (Zamfara North, PDP).
    31. Sen. Zannah Ahmed (Borno Central, PDP).
    32. Sen. Ahmad Rufai Sani (Zamfara West, ANPP).
    33. Sen. Ahmad Abdul Ningi (Bauchi Central, PDP).
    34. Sen. Bello Hayatu Gwano (Kano North, PDP).
    35. Sen. Ibrahim Abu (Katsina South, CPC).

  • CHECK OUT THE LIST OF THE SENATORS WHO VOTED FOR UNDER-AGED MARRIAGE.

    1. Sen. Abdulmumin M. Hassan (Jigawa South West, PDP).
    2. Sen. Abdullahi Danladi (Jigawa North West, PDP).
    3. Sen. Adamu Abdullahi (Nasarawa West, PDP).
    4. Sen. Ahmed Barata (Adamawa South, PDP).
    5. Sen. Akinyelure Ayo (Ondo Central, Labour Party).
    6. Sen. Alkali Saidu A. (Gombe North, PDP).
    7. Sen. Bagudu Abubakar A. (Kebbi Central, PDP).
    8. Sen. Dahiru Umaru (Sokoto South, PDP).
    9. Sen. Galaudu Isa (Kebbi North, PDP).
    10. Sen. Garba Gamawa (Bauchi North, PDP).
    11. Sen. Danjuma Goje Mohammed (Gombe Central, PDP).
    12. Sen. Gobir Ibrahim (Sokoto East, PDP).
    13. Sen. Gumba Adamu Ibrahim (Bauchi South, PDP).
    14. Sen. Hadi Sirika (Katsina North, CPC).
    15. Sen. Ibrahim Bukar Abba (Yobe East, ANPP).
    16. Sen. Jajere Alkali (Yobe South, ANPP).
    17. Sen. Jibrilla Mohammed (Adamawa North, PDP).
    18. Sen. Kabiru Gaya (Kano South, ANPP).
    19. Sen. Lafiagi Mohammed (Kwara North, PDP).
    20. Sen. Lawan Ahmad (Yobe North, ANPP).
    21. Sen. Maccido Mohammed (Sokoto North, PDP).
    22. Sen. Musa Ibrahim (Niger North, CPC).
    23. Sen. Ndume Mohammed Ali (Borno South, PDP).
    24. Sen. Sadiq A. Yaradua (Katsina Central, CPC).
    25. Sen. Saleh Mohammed (Kaduna Central, CPC).
    26. Sen. Tukur Bello (Adamawa Central, PDP).
    27. Sen. Ugbesia Odion (Edo Central, PDP).
    28. Sen. Umar Abubakar (Taraba Central, PDP).
    29. Sen. Usman Abdulaziz (Jigawa North East, PDP).
    30. Sen. Ya’au Sahabi (Zamfara North, PDP).
    31. Sen. Zannah Ahmed (Borno Central, PDP).
    32. Sen. Ahmad Rufai Sani (Zamfara West, ANPP).
    33. Sen. Ahmad Abdul Ningi (Bauchi Central, PDP).
    34. Sen. Bello Hayatu Gwano (Kano North, PDP).
    35. Sen. Ibrahim Abu (Katsina South, CPC).

  • Can any of these people give out their under age daughter for marriage? Haba! These group of people agitating for under age marriage are not worth to be called senators or whatever name they call themselves. WICKED HUMANBEING.

  • Hmn 95% of Nigerian Leaders are always concerned on personal interest. Almighty Allah needs to extend the HELL in hecters.