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Published On: Tue, Jan 23rd, 2018

El-Rufa’i staged fake endorsement by APC chairmen to shield his aide from prosecution – Shehu Sani

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By Our Correspondent

The senator representing Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani, has reacted to his reported rejection by the All Progressives Congress, APC, chairmen in his district.
The chieftains, who represent Chikun, Birnin Gwari, Kajuru, Kaduna North, Kaduna South and Giwa LGs, had declared that Uba Sani, a political adviser to Governor Nasir El-Rufai is their choice for the ticket.
Sani, in a statement, said El-Rufa’i sponsored “fake” endorsement meeting after repeatedly failing to suspend him from the party.
He expressed confidence that the people of his constituency were behind him.
“The so called rejection of Senator Shehu Sani by so called six chairmen of APC is nothing but Governor Nasiru El-Rufai’s antics,” a statement by his Special Adviser said.
“After two and half year of failed attempt to suspend Senator Sani or recall him, El-Rufai has stooped to organizing fake party chairman and endorsing his political adviser called Uba Sani.
“It will interest the general public to know that El-Rufai is simply diverting the attention and shielding his political adviser who will be in court in February for organizing thugs to invade the NUJ secretariat.
“He has endorsed himself for governorship and now arranging an endorsement for his puppy and low grade errand boy.
“He has clung unto President Buhari for his political oxygen and life,” he said.
The senator accused Mr. El-Rufai of frequenting the Aso Villa while his state is being attacked by kidnappers and herdsmen.
“While Franco Nero plays fiddle while Rome was on Fire, El-Rufai is always in the Villa playing the Game of Throne while his state is overrun by kidnappers and herdsmen,” Sani added.

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