Senator Shehu Sani Reacts Over Wike’s Meeting With Tinubu


…Says, Rivers governor should vent his anger on delegates

Senator Shehu Sani has condemned what he described as anti-party activities in the midst of ongoing internal wrangling within the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Senator Sani, who stated this while reacting to the close door meeting between Governor Nyesom Wike, some governors supporting him and the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu in London, United Kingdom, said that there are consequences for anti-party politics.

He particularly said that anyone still angry over the outcome of the PDP’s presidential primary should vent his anger on the delegates that refused to elect him.

Governor Wike have been having a running battle with the presidential candidate of the PDP, Atiku Abubakar following his failure to win the presidential ticket of the party and the refusal of Atiku to choose as a vice presidential candidate.

Speaking on the meeting between Wike and Tinubu on his Facebook page, Senator Sani, who condemned the rancor which he noted has been allowed to fester within the party, warned that anti-party activity is quite a dangerous game to play especially when it fails.

He therefore urged all members of the PDP to pledge allegiance to Atiku Abubakar, stressing that anyone who is still angry at the outcome of the PDP’s presidential primary should direct his anger at the party delegates who voted against him.

Shehu stated; “The presidential candidate of the PDP is AA. All elected members of the party should line up behind him. That is something simple that should not be made difficult.

Antiparty is a dangerous gamble when it fails. Anyone still angry should vent his anger in the delegates. Let’s move in please, he enthused.

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