Kaduna - The Kaduna State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) is considering the expulsion one of its chieftain, Shehu Sani, for supporting the ongoing strike by the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, reported Premium Times.
The APC’s Publicity Secretary, Salisu Wusono, made this known in Kaduna on Thursday, saying the party was disappointed by the conduct of the senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial District.
Wusono argued that the action of Sani, goes against the will of the APC and President Muhammadu Buhari.
Wusano said, “The Kaduna State APC is dismayed and disappointed by the continued irresponsible conduct of Shehu Sani”.
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According to Vanguard, Sani dismissed the threat, saying he would not be intimidated. The senator, said through his aide, Sulaiman Ahmed, that the state APC executives lacked the powers to expel him from the party. “Senator Shehu Sani will not be intimidated by person or group, as he is an elected Senator and only the electorate can decide his fate".
Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) leadership declared that the strike action will continue into Friday.
- News24 Nigeria