Senator Shehu Sani recently expressed his disagreement with the selection of Nasir El-Rufai, the former governor of Kaduna State, as a Minister in President Tinubu’s administration. He spoke out against El-Rufai’s possible appointment, citing worries about the former governor’s intolerance of different faiths.
Shehu Sani explained his opposition to El-Rufai’s appointment in an interview with Channels TV’s Seun Okinbaloye. He added that his critical position toward the former governor was in response to El-Rufai’s previous acts, which were also critical of him.
When questioned about why he consistently criticized and confronted El-Rufai, Senator Shehu Sani responded, “El-Rufai has also targeted me on numerous occasions, and he has been critical of me as well.”
In essence, Senator Shehu Sani revealed that his opposition to El-Rufai’s appointment is rooted in their history of criticism and confrontation towards each other.