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El-Rufai Neglected Southern Kaduna People For Eight Years – Shehu Sani

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Sani said the former Governor neglected the Southern Kaduna people for eight years, and never carried them along in the affairs of the State.

The former lawmaker representing Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone, Shehu Sani has slammed former Governor Nasir El-Rufai.
Sani accused El-Rufai of neglecting Southern Kaduna people for eight years of his administration.
Speaking at a Sallah dinner celebration with family and friends while reacting to the N423 billion funds allegedly diverted by El-Rufai’s Administration, Sani said the former Governor neglected the Southern Kaduna people for eight years, and never carried them along in the affairs of the State.
He said, “The Southern Kaduna people fought El-Rufai Government to a standstill and never compromised but the people of Zone two and three were busy applauding him even when he was stealing their monies with his cronies.”
Shehu enjoined the people to fight anybody kicking against the State House of Assembly Ad’hoc committee probing the alleged N423 billion diverted funds by El-Rufai.
He stated that the State House of Assembly Ad’hoc committee needs the support and prayers to remain focused and do a thorough job.
He said that when they speak, people would say it was Governor Uba Sani that signed the loan, asking that when he signed the loan did he say the money should be stolen?
Shehu explained that if not because of the investigation there was no way the people of Kaduna State would know that their money was stolen.
He explained that despite the humongous loan, people’s houses were demolished, civil servants were sacked in thousands and the people of Kaduna State subjected to all kinds of hardship.
He noted that the war is not only for the government of Kaduna State but for all citizens in the state.
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