Senator Shehu Sani vowed to oppose any anti-people policy of the Kaduna state Governor. Nasir El-Rufai.
The Kaduna state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has accused Senator Shehu Sani of planning to sabotage President Buhari during the 2019 elections.
The Kaduna APC spokesman, Salisu Wusono said “The APC in Kaduna State hereby warns suspended Senator Shehu Sani against his irresponsible utterances about our party and its elected leaders.
“This is a man who seems unable to believe his good fortune at riding on the Buhari wave to become a senator.
“He hardly waited to arrive in Abuja before enlisting as an agent of the forces who began to plot for 2019 before they were even sworn-in, following the 2015.”
Wusono also said “The APC Kaduna State is proud of the vigorous and disciplined way Malam Nasir El-Rufai is governing Kaduna State in line with the manifesto of the APC. In education, health, agriculture and general governance reforms, El-Rufai is making strides.”
He said “Shehu Sani is desecrating the image of our party by his mercenary antics, and that is why we suspended him.
“He has tried to rubbish our revered President Muhammadu Buhari by describing the anti-corruption crusade as political.”
Adding that “He is now pretending to love Buhari by needlessly attacking Malam Nasir El-Rufai on behalf of those funding his immature politics.
“The guilty are indeed afraid! Shehu Sani’s masters, who defied our party for their selfish ends, know that Nigerians are aware of those whose 2019 calculations made them impervious to reason and party discipline.”
You will recall that Senator Shehu Sani vowed to oppose any anti-people policy of the Kaduna state Governor. Nasir El-Rufai.
Sani also criticised the Governor’s religious censorship bill.
The kaduna state House of Assembly is reportedly working on passing the bill into law.
The bill seeks to ban the use of loudspeaker for religious purposes, other than inside a Mosques or Church and the surrounding areas outside the stipulated prayer times (8:00pm).
Also, persons found preaching without a valid license are liable to go to jail for two years or be fined the sum of N200,000 or both.