Kaduna Central: ‘Concerned Indigenes’ Threaten To Recall Senator Shehu Sani
A socio-political group called Concerned Indigenes of Kaduna Central Senatorial Zone in Kaduna State has warned the Senator representing the zone, Shehu Sani, to desist from his “anti-party activities” and confrontational attitude against the Muhammadu Buhari administration or face recall from the Senate.
The group’s Coordinator, Aliyu Saidu, accused the Senator of losing focus of his primary duties of making laws at the National Assembly.
Saidu told journalists that rather than focus on his duties, the Senator had to “negative propaganda” against every government policy and action of the current administration.
Also at the briefing, representatives of the seven local government areas in the senatorial zone said it was unbecoming of a serving Senator to engage in anti-party activities instead of being a partner in progress and bringing development to the electorates that voted him into office.
They, therefore, vowed to initiate his recall from the National Assembly to enable them to bring in a competent person that will represent them well.
Senator Sani, however, dismissed the allegations, insisting that his utterances and actions at the Senate does not in any way amount to undermining the Buhari administration.
Speaking through his media aide, Senator Sani who maintains that he has used his position to attract meaningful development to his senatorial zone.
The Senator added that he had initiated bills that are of great benefit to his people.
Describing the threat by the group to recall him as a huge joke that cannot stand the test of time, Senator Sani vowed to continue to speak up or criticise any policy of the Kaduna State or Federal Government that are not in tune with the yearnings of the citizens of the country irrespective of his party affiliation.