THE Kaduna State chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC) has warned the senator representing Kaduna Central district, Shehu Sani, to desist from attacking President Muhammadu Buhari or face expulsion.
Addressing a news conference in Kaduna, on Thursday, the state APC acting publicity secretary, Salisu Tanko Wusono, declared that the state chapter of the party supported the Federal Government’s decisive policy decision to eliminate the fuel subsidy racket, which the party said milked the country dry and brought untold hardship to Nigerians.
Wusono wondered why Sani, among those senators who passed 2016 budget that had no provision for subsidy, turned around to attack President Buhari for removing subsidy.
The party noted that Sani’s attacks against Buhari began last year, when the senator formed alliance with senators who defied APC and foisted the current leadership on the Senate.
In his reaction, the senator said he would never change from speaking his mind.
Speaking through his political adviser, Alhaji Suleiman Ahmed, he said “it was the habit of speaking out his mind that got him to prison many times.”
Sani insisted that his recent outburst on subsidy was based on the premise that he was speaking the minds of millions of Nigerians over the unpopular policy.