Bashir El-Rufai, son of Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, took to Twitter to boast about his father denying Senator Shehu Sani his senatorial ticket.
Taking to Twitter to taunt a follower who claimed that no one can deny Senator Shehu Sani his senatorial, Bashir El-Rufai warned about one ‘starting what he or she can’t finish’. He wrote;
Mallam Nasiru El-Rufai did. How market
When your Comrade was being immature, posting pictures with footballs, suggesting he’s a skilled player none of these Eba Fencists remarked about how childish he was choosing to engage. So no idiot should venture near us on their high horse. Do not start what you can’t finish.
Once again, I reiterate, We have arrived, as promised. Happy retirement,
@shehusani. And to our haters who hate us because they hate themselves and cannot look in the mirror, I say how market?
We reported earlier today, that Senator Shehu Sani resigned his membership of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC). Sani has been at loggerheads with the Kaduna Governor, Nasir El-Rufai.
The lawmaker sent his resignation letter to the chairman of the APC in ward 6, Tudun wada north, Kaduna.
“I present to you my highest compliments and wish by this communication to formally offer to you my resignation from the All Progressives Congress (APC).
“l had joined the APC and remained with it against all odds in the belief that it will constitute a veritable platform for the realization of those democratic ideals which I hold very dear, that honor and integrity will be the ultimate ethos of the patty and, most importantly, that internal party democracy will always be the norm. However, only posterity can affirm the extent to which the APC has committed to and reflected these values.
“As I exit the APC at this point in time. I wish to formally thank the party for availing me the platform upon which I am currently serving this country in the honoured capacity of Senator of the Federal Republic.
“I wish the party well in all her future endeavors and ask sir, that you please accept the assurance of my highest considerations,” the letter read.