Shehu Sani, Senator representing Kaduna Central, has spoken on his perceived ambition to be next Kaduna governor, debunking claims that his constant criticism of el- Rufai’s government was born out of his ambition to become governor. According to him, he has been speaking out against bad governance for over 25years.
The lawmaker speaking with Channels TV said: “I don’t know what criticising has to do with being a governor. When I criticised Babangida, Abacha and other tyrants of the past,was it whether I wanted to be President?
“When things go wrong, I speak out against President Muhammadu Buhari, does that now mean that I want to be President for speaking out? I have been speaking out for the past 25- 30 years to bad governance, corruption and tyranny.”
Sani further condemned El-rufai, describing him as a ‘military administrator and a tyrant’. “What is happening in Kaduna is simply tyranny. We don’t have an elected governor we have a military administrator, one who thinks that everything should go his own way.
“He engineered the party to suspend us, to suspend me. That is about a year and half ago. But when his suspension came, he became very angry moving about bulldozers to bring down buildings,” he added.