Senator Shehu Sani representing Kaduna Central has refused to back down from the report alleging corrupt practises against Secretary to Government of the Federation (SGF) David Babachir Lawal even after a meeting with the leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Sani tweeted on his Twitter handle on Tuesday, January 31 that he had met with the APC leaders at the ruling party’s headquarters in Abuja but while so many important issues were discussed about the unity of the party especially in the Senate, he is choosing to stand by the report of his Senate Ad-hoc Committee on the humanitarian crisis in the Northeast which indicted Babachir.
Recall that Sani had initially denied being invited by the ruling APC over his comments about President Buhari’s letter to the Senate.
Sani posted a short statement on his social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter late on Friday, January 27 denying reports of his summoning by the APC.
He however told his followers that he would notify them if he was invited. He appears to have now done that following yesterday’s tweet.
Meanwhile, Sani has also expressed concerns over the 661 brand new pump-action rifles intercepted in Lagos state by the officials of the Nigeria Customs Service.
He noted that the appearance of such a large number of weapons shows that Nigeria is prone to violence.
He said:“The large cache of weapons intercepted by the Customs is commendable.It also points to the reality of proclivity for violence in the country.”