Auctioned Public Owned Companies: Don’t Forget to Throw Some Mud on ‘His Accomplices’, Sani Tells Atiku’s Critics
By: Theresa Igata
Sen. Shehu Sani representing Kaduna Central has spoken up on the agitations and bickering over Atiku’s involvement in the sale of some public owned companies when he was Vice -President.
This is coming as another controversy arose recently over the proposed plan by the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar to sell off 90 per cent of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, if elected as President, because it was “beset by decades of mismanagement and is crucial to OPEC member’s economic fortunes.”
Reacting, Sani called on Atiku’s critics not to forget to throw some mud on ‘his accomplices’ who have now turned ‘saints’ as members of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC.
The law maker who took to twitter wrote, “As you continue to throw mud on the ex-Vice President for his role in auctioning our public owned companies, don’t forget to throw some on ‘his accomplices’ who now occupy the comfortable seat of saints in the ruling party, in Nigeria’s prevailing priggish and sententious politics.”
He however cautioned, “Let not power go back to those who destroyed your country nor to those who are destroying it.”