- Shehu Sani has challenged the former Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai, to publicly declare his assets
- The former lawmaker alleged that El-Rufai is expecting a political appointment from President Bola Tinubu after he worked for Rotimi Amaechi
- According to Sani, El-Rufai left behind a huge debt profile for the people of Kaduna state to pay after he handed over power on Monday, May 29
A former Kaduna Central senator, Shehu Sani, has dared the immediate past governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El-Rufai, to publicly declare his asset.
The lawmaker alleged that the former governor left a huge debt for the people of Kaduna to pay after leaving office on Monday, May 29.
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“Mr Elrufai, retired Governor now back to ‘blogging on Twitter’ while waiting for political appointment from Tinubu, after working for Amaechi and surreptitiously dropping negative stories.
“You left a huge debt profile for our Children and grand Children in Kaduna State to pay AND YOU claimed that you NEVER STOLE from the coffers of Kaduna State. One of your stooge even claimed that you are poorer now. I dare you to make public your assets by publishing the content of the form you submitted at the Code of Conduct Bureau, both the one of 2015 and that of 2023.
“I will get back to you after you have done this.”
El-Rufai's son reacts as Sani challenges his father to make public his assets
He said Sani should leave his father out of Twitter “dragging” and face El-Rufai’s children, who he said are Sani’s mates.
His tweet reads:
“Is this seriously how to talk to your senior? You should keep this Twitter gbas gbos between you & us, his children. We are the ones that are your mates.”
May 29 Handover: “Swear you didn’t steal, build houses,” El-Rufai challenges ex-Kaduna governors
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the immediate past governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El-Rufai, made an interesting revelation about his service to the good people of the state.
He said he did not steal public funds during his two terms in office.
El-Rufai reveals how he feels first day after leaving office as Kaduna governor
The immediate past governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El-Rufai, has revealed how he feels the first day after he handed over power to the new administration of Governor Uba Sani.
El-Rufai said he has peace of mind, and it has been the earliest day for him in the last 10 years.