- Senator Shehu Sani has described the endorsement of Governor Nasir El-Rufai for a second term, as endorsing a ‘toxic waste'
- The senator lampooned the governor as a poisonous viper and stated that El-Rufai’s mobilization for President Buhari to run again in 2019, was borne out of self-service
- Sani advised the president to protect his ‘testicles’ from a man who always bends close to his knees and who boasted about sending a former president (Yar’Adua) to his grave
The endorsement of the Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai, for a second term, has been described as a toxic waste, by Senator Shehu Sani (APC-Kaduna Central).
According to reports, the senator accused the governor of assembling his aides and hangers-on to endorse him.
He stated: “The so called endorsement of Governor El-Rufai by Kaduna APC amounts to an endorsement of toxic waste.
“El-Rufai simply gathered his employees, aides and hangers-on to endorse him. He is a poisonous viper corrosive to the integrity and moral standing of the party in the state and the nation."
He continued: “He is a poisonous viper corrosive to the integrity and moral standing of the party in the state and the nation.
“El-Rrufai’s name-dropping and mobilization for Buhari 2019 is self-serving. His loyalty to Buhari is for political relevance, and his allegiance to Buhari is for self-protection and preservation.
“Now that President Buhari is back from health vacation and the chances of becoming a Vice President is zero, El-Rufai has taken up a new project for Buhari 2019.
“El-Rufai’s obsession with Buhari is not about Buhari, but about himself. Buhari should protect his testicles from a man who always bends close to his knees.
“Those who endorsed El-Rufai are marketing a bottled fart. A man who boasts of sending Yar’adua to his grave should not be trusted by Buhari.
“The snake that killed the hunter can kill the charmer.”
Recall that NAIJ.com previously reported that the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kaduna state endorsed the re-elections of President Muhammadu Buhari and Governor Nasir El-Rufai in 2019.
The APC in the state made this known at a stakeholders’ meeting with party leaders from the 255 electoral wards of the state on Saturday, September 16.
Watch this NAIJ.com TV video of an APC official stating why his party may be voted out of power in 2019: