Apart from the ending war between Senator Sheu Sani and Governor El-Rufai which though may triggered the move, there’s every indication that the Senator who represents Kaduna Central and who is the Chairman, House Committee on Foreign Debts may leave All Progressive Congress (APC) any moment from now.
Earlier on Saturday, it was reported that he had a plan to leave the party.
Later in the day, he posted a commented on his Twitter page about the ‘mass killings’ in Nigeria.
“WHEN some people say that the spate of mass killings going on in some parts of the country is aimed at tarnishing the image of the Government,such people are more concerned about ‘image of the Government’ than the sacredness of the lives of the people.”
– @Senator Shehu Sani (@ShehuSani)
Since the beginning of this year, the killings in the middle belt or north central region has increased and there are insinuations that they were all targeted at pulling down the government.
Worst hit is Benue State, but then Taraba has also shared from the carnage.
Some persons have consistently defended the ruling party, claiming there were all targeted at discrediting the ruling APC.
Even the Senator knows about this claims, but he is not happy with people who make such claims.
They apparently will be in his party and he is talking to them in this tweet.
The Senator and some other members of the APC in Kaduna State are considering leaving the party after they formed a faction.
The Suleiman Hunkuyi-led faction of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kaduna State says it is considering defecting ahead of the 2019 general elections.
Known as APC Akida, the group on Friday said it has concluded a review of the state of the party and governance issues ahead of its plan to exit for good.
It would take the decision if there is no visible evidence of success in addressing the damaging levels of alienation and frustration among the millions of party faithful in Kaduna State.
Prominent among the group are another senator, Shehu Seni; Isah Ashiru former APC governorship aspirant and Tom Maiyashi.
Maiyashi, Chairman of the group, who signed the statement said two recent events in the state chapter of the party have confirmed its fears of the absence of credible and legitimate leaders.
These, he said, were capable of destroying the credibility and popularity of the party.