Shehu Sani dumps APC, assures supporters of contesting 2019

Senator Shehu Sani

Senator Shehu Sani representing Kaduna Central Senatorial District, under the flagship of the All Progressives Congress (APC), on Saturday, resigned his membership of the party.

Sani, announcing his resignation via a letter dated October 19, which he addressed to the Chairman of the APC in Ward 6, Tundun Wada North, Kaduna, and copied the party’s National Chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, did not give reasons for his action.

The letter reads, “I present to you highest compliments and wish by this communication to formally offer to you my resignation from the All Progressives Congress.

“I had joined the APC and remained with it against all odds with the belief that it will constitute a veritable platform for the realisation of those democratic ideals which I hold very dear.

“(I had hoped) that honour and integrity will be the ultimate ethos of the party and, most importantly, that internal party democracy will always be the norm.

“However, only posterity can affirm the extent to which the APC has committed to and reflected these values.

“As I exit the APC at this point in time, I wish to formally thank the party for availing me the platform upon which I am currently serving this country in the honoured capacity of Senator of the Federal Republic.”

Meanwhile, Sani, on Sunday said he would still contest for the forthcoming 2019 election, though he had resigned from the APC which brought him to the Senate.

Sani disclosed his next political move on Facebook handle, while he commended his supporters and urged them to wait for 48 hours to be informed of his new party.

He wrote: “This is to thank all my supporters and friends for the show of solidarity and assurances of support over my decision to exit the APC.

“I assure you that in the next two days you will be informed of my new party. And be rest assured I will contest in the upcoming elections Insha Allah.” Related Breaking: Shehu Sani resigns from APC October 20, 2018.”

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