- Shehu Sani, a senator, is warning a former governor of Bauchi, Isa Yuguda, to be mindful of his new party, the APC
- Sani, who recently defected from APC, says the party is full of 'crocodiles and sharks'.
- The senator reacts to Yuguda's explanations on the reason he dumped his former party and moved to the APC
Shehu Sani, the representative of Kaduna central district at the National Assembly, has warned former Governor Isa Yuguda of Bauchi state to beware of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) which he just defected to.
Sani warned Yuguda that the APC, from which he defected, is full of ‘crocodiles and sharks’.
Senator Sani, who is now in the Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) after he lost at the primaries in September, 2018, sent his warning through a tweet and in reaction to an interview in which Yuguda gave reasons for defecting to the APC.
“The decision to move was made together with my followers. We decided to leave GPN because it is a small party, even though it has a very good chairman, Dr.Sam Eke.
“GPN only existed in Bauchi State, so we did not see ourselves making any serious impact countrywide.
“We did not want to mortgage our political future in a small party. So, we decided to move to a bigger platform where we can contribute towards producing a good leader for the country.
“Going to APC is also appropriate because its leader, President Muhammadu Buhari has a number of programmes in place that, when implemented, will move the country forward,” Yuguda had said in the interview with Daily Trust.
Legit.ng earlier reported how Shehu Sani recently joined People’s Redemption Party (PRP), three days after he left the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Sani made this known in a statement by his special adviser, political and ideology, Mr Suleiman Ahmed, in Abuja.
He said: “It has become impossible for the senator to continue to co-habit with reactionaries and their perfidious and inimical style of politics.
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