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Suspended Kaduna Women Leader Reveals Shocking Actions of Former Governor El-Rufai

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Suspended Kaduna Women Leader Reveals Shocking Actions of Former Governor El-Rufai

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Hajia Maryam Suleiman, the suspended Kaduna Women Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has made some shocking revelations about the former state governor, Nasir El-Rufai.

According to Suleiman, El-Rufai made numerous trips to Abuja, a total of 500 times, to ensure the election of Governor Uba Sani as a senator.

In 2018, Sani, along with two other senators from Kaduna State, rejected El-Rufai’s attempt to secure a $350 million World Bank loan.

These senators eventually lost their bids for re-election and were replaced by Uba Sani and Suleiman Kwari, who lobbied for the loan’s approval.

However, the loan request was rejected by the upper chamber of the National Assembly due to opposition from the three Kaduna State senators.

Recently, Governor Uba Sani disclosed that the state is heavily indebted and unable to pay salaries.

Senator Shehu Sani, a former member of the 8th Assembly, criticized the governor, stating that if his advice had been heeded, Kaduna would not have found itself in this predicament.

Shehu Sani revealed that he blocked El-Rufai’s access to the $350 million loan as the debt was more than the state’s revenue at the time.

Bashir El-Rufai, the son of the former governor, also criticized the current governor’s remarks, stating that he was trying to cover up his administration’s incompetence.

The media reported that Senator Uba Sani made these statements during a town hall meeting in Kaduna.

Governor Uba Sani explained that a significant portion of the state’s federal allocation is deducted to service the debt, leaving little for salaries.

Despite the debt burden inherited, the governor emphasized that his administration has not borrowed any additional funds in the last nine months.

Hajia Suleiman, in a letter from the ward executives of the APC, was suspended from the party for releasing a viral video that defamed the character of Governor Uba Sani.

The party cited a violation of the party’s constitution as the reason for her suspension.

This article was updated 2 weeks ago

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