We Will Change el-Rufai in 2019, Sani Sha'aban vows


    A one time Kaduna State gubernatorial candidate under the All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP) and a former member Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Mohammed Sani Sha’aban (Danburan Zazzau) has described the present administrative style of Kaduna State as unacceptable, charging the electorates to get ready to change the government in 2019.

    AUTHENTIC News Daily gathered that Hon. Sha’aban made these statements in Zaria when he received special delegations of APC loyalists who paid him a Sallah visit at his residence.

    He said the present situation in the running of Kaduna State will not be accepted hence the need for change come 2019. “If really we want the state to reclaim its political status,” he added.

    He said no one is happy or enjoying  what is going on in the state administratively as well as in the political circle of the ruling APC.

    According to him, people of Kaduna State deserve all rights to enjoy or be part of decision making on what will be a better future to them.

    He cited an example on how workers are treated badly, teachers don’t know their fate, traditional rulers uncertain of their roles and politicians were imprisoned politically.

    Hon. Sani Sha’aban charged them to remain focused  to start making consultations and preparation for the trek ahead of when INEC releases time table for campaign.

    He assured them of his full support and commitment towards achieving noble move with the aim of salvaging Kaduna State from unprofessional government.

    “Time has come and enough is enough as a politician I have given enough time for the present government in Kaduna State but nothing to write home about, I am beginning to make comments, critisms where necessary for government to adjust its style of leadership.”

    The Danburan Zazzau said, with the support of the party members he will made his intention known when time comes but for now he will continue to make consultations with all the stakeholders of APC from ward, local government to state level.


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