Again! Shehu Sani  Pays N300,000 to Save Woman From Blindness

Again! Shehu Sani  Pays N300,000 to Save Woman From Blindness


As part of his continued efforts to help the poor,  Senator  representing Kaduna Central , Comrade Shehu Sani on Saturday gave three hundred thousand naira(N300,000) to an indigent woman , Aisha Mohammed to prevent her from going blind .


Aisha Mohammed of No.11 Sultan Bello road, Unguwan Sarki Kaduna, who  has been battling with eyes infection for almost two years, later lost one eye and in danger of loosing the other eye if not treated.

Presenting  receipt of fully paid treatment at Thelish Eye Hospital in Kaduna  to Aisha at the weekend in her residence, Senator Sani, who was represented by his Special Adviser on Political Matters, Suleiman Ahmed said he got wind of her health condition through his Ungwar Sarki Campaign Coordinators and moved in immediately to save her from going completely blind.

According to the lawmaker , the gesture should not be viewed as anything spectacular, but ,part of the reason he was voted into office .

“When people, including Aisha  Mohammed came out  en masse under the scorching sun during the 2015 general elections to vote APC into power and my humble self as Senator of  Kaduna Central, it was with high hope and expectations that we would as their elected representatives in government rescue them from shackles of poverty and development backwardness.

“This is why when my coordinators in the area brought her plight to my attention last week, I didn’t waste time to provide the full amount needed for the surgery.

“I was told she needed Three Hundred Thousand Naira (N300,000:00) for her surgery .” Senator Sani stated.

In her response after receiving the receipt of the full payment, Aisha Mohammed who was apparently startled by the lawmaker’s intervention, said, ” I have nothing much to say but to pray that Allah in His mercy continue to bless Senator Shehu Sani.”


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