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El-Rufai Is A “Bug, Lice, Parasite” To Buhari, Says APC Senator

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The Senator representing Kaduna State Central senatorial district, Shehu Sani, has carpeted Governor Nasir El-Rufai, describing him as “a bug, a lice and a parasite” to the President Muhammadu Buhari administration.

Senator Sani, who was reacting to his controversial indefinite suspension from the Kaduna APC, alleged that the move was sponsored by Governor El-Rufai’s “controlled, induced and misinformed self acclaimed APC excos”

He added that the paper used in conveying his suspension letter was as worthless and useless as “the used sanitary pads in the toilets of his family official residence.”

“It’s as valueless as the used tissue papers of his gluttonous and bulging poodles and lackeys,” the Senator wrote on his Facebook page.

“I wish to fully assure the bespectacled pygmy and his running dogs that the “new suspension” will not give them the public support they couldn’t gather with the “first suspension”.

“For a man who has been unable to address the pervasive insecurity and genocide in southern Kaduna for a man who has been unable to stem the tide of rampant kidnapping and abductions in Kaduna, “suspending” Shehu Sani cannot be counted as an achievement. Mr Governor, My suspension will not increase your physical height nor give you the flesh or muscle of a macho.

“Elrufai remains a typical establishment man, who was brought to limelight by the PDP, nurtured by the PDP. He is a dubious progressive and a bogus representation of change. If elrufai represent change, then Mabutu, Batista, Kamuzu Banda represent change. Elrufai is a bug, a lice and a parasite to PMB administration.

“His loyalty to PMB is nothing but self serving and self preservation. Elrufai is a foul air to any serious concept of change. Elrufai remains the excrement of the toilets of PDP wadata House and no broom or deodorant of change can give him a new identity.

We will continue to work for the masses and defend their interest,” he wrote.