Senator Shehu Sani representing Kaduna central has denied reports that he has been invited by his party, the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) over his comments about President Buhari’s letter to the Senate.
Sani posted a short statement on his social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter late on Friday, January 27 denying reports of his summoning by the APC.
He assured his thousands of followers on the two social media platforms that he would inform them if the APC ever invites him.
He wrote: “I have not received any “invitation or summon” from the APC National Headquarters over my submission in the Senate plenary as reported in the Media.
“If any of such happen I’ll surely and gladly honour it and you will be alerted through my Twitter or Facebook account.”
Sani also explained in a short post on Twitter why he allegedly insulted President Buhari.
Recall that Senator Shehu Sani described President Muhammadu Buhari’s anti-corruption fight as selective.
Speaking on the floor of the Senate on Tuesday, January 24, Sani described as lies the content of a letter sent by the president which cleared Secretary to the Government of the Federation David Babachir Lawal of any wrongdoing in the scandal a senate ad-hoc committee had indicted him in.