What I Will Do To My Daughter If I Become Kaduna Governor – Shehu Sani
Kaduna State 2023 gubernatorial aspirant, Shehu Sani, has vowed to let his daughter study at the Kaduna State University if he is elected to succeed Governor Nasir El-Rufai.
Naija News reports that the former Kaduna Central Senator has shown interest in contesting the state governorship election under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.
Sani was screened on Thursday, April 28, 2022, by the PDP screening committee in the state ahead of the party’s primaries.
The screening exercise was held at the party’s State Secretariat in the Kaduna metropolis, Naija News reports.
Taking to his verified account on the microblogging platform, Twitter on Friday, Shehu Sani said his emergence as the governor of the state will see his daughter enroll for studies at the state-owned varsity.
Sani tweeted: “If I become the Governor of Kaduna State, my Daughter will be in Kaduna State University; It’s not your fault if you doubt or disbelieve me sha;una no de believe anything nowadays.”
See the tweet below:
If I become the Governor of Kaduna State,my Daughter will be in Kaduna State University;It’s not your fault if you doubt or disbelieve me sha;una no de believe anything nowadays.
— Senator Shehu Sani (@ShehuSani) April 29, 2022
Meanwhile, the leader of the Northern Elders Forum (NEF), Professor Ango Abdullahi, has urged the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to jettison the discussion on zoning the presidency to a particular region.
Abdullahi made this known on Thursday while speaking with the Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG) leadership who paid him a courtesy visit at his residence in Zarai, Kaduna State, Naija News reports.
The elder statesman advised the PDP and other political parties toiling with the issue of zoning or power shift to forget the move and look for competent candidates.
Abdullahi pointed out that presidential candidates should be allowed to contest the election on the merit of their competence and not where they come from, adding that the issue of zoning or power shift is dead on arrival.
The NEF leader disclosed that over 11 presidential aspirants who cut across various political parties have consulted him regarding their presidential ambitions.
“The issue of zoning or power shift is dead and buried, candidates should be allowed to contest election based on the merit of their competence and not where they come from, hence the Northern elders’ forum thinks that the presidential position should be left open for standard norms of the democratic process,” he said.