- With the 2023 elections fast approaching, Nigerian politicians have started indicating interest to contest for various positions
- One of such people is Senator Shehu Sani, a former lawmaker who represented Kaduna Central at the Senate between 2015 and 2019
- Sani wants to contest for the Kaduna governorship election and sack the APC which is currently in power
A former lawmaker, Senator Shehu Sani, has indicated his interest to contest for the number seat in Kaduna in 2023.
The former lawmaker said:
"So, I will contest the governorship seat under the PDP. Therefore, I call on the people of Kaduna to support and collaborate with me."
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Sani calls for prayers
The politician enjoined the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to put its house in order so it can take over as a government that will respect the will of the poor in the norther state.
“We sat with my loyalists and supporters and they wanted me to contest the governor of Kaduna state which I will do to remove APC, God willing; to remove anointed candidate of the state governor and to enter Government house where Comrade will be sworn in as the next governor that will bring changes, that will clean all the dirt they brought in the state in the name of development.”
The politician vowed the solve the issue of insecurity in the state. He also begged for prayers from religious leaders and others.
Giving reasons why the people should vote for him, he said it is time to have a comrade as a governor so the people can see the difference between him and Malam.
Sani also pointed out that he had no money to share to get votes, warning that Nigeria is in the mess it is because of "money politics".
He added that if the masses decide to vote for him, with or without money, he would win.
Shehu Sani distributes Christmas hampers
In what can be described as a heart of gold, Senator Shehu Sani shared Christmas hampers to traffic wardens in Kaduna state.
As Nigerian Christians celebrated Christmas with billions of their counterparts across the globe, Sani decided to appreciate the officials while on duty.
The outspoken ex-lawmaker who made this known on Saturday, December 25, in a post shared on his Facebook page said the officials never asked for it.