2019: ‘Rent Yours From Sudan’ – Sani Mocks APC As El-Rufai Claims PDP Imports Supporters From Niger Republic

On December 5, 2018 32 Comments

Shehu Sani, the Senator representing Kaduna Central has reacted to the claim by Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, that the Peoples Democratic Party allegedly imported supporters ahead of the 2019 general elections.

Governor El-Rufai had on Tuesday, while inaugurating his campaign committee in Kaduna alleged that many of those that attended the PDP rally on Monday in Sokoto State were imported from neighbouring Niger Republic.

According to the Kaduna Governor, the PDP brought these people to show that they have supporters and “because Sokoto indigenes refused to attend the rally.”


El-Rufai was quoted as saying “Thieves have ganged up against President Muhammadu Buhari. Yesterday (Monday) they (PDP) went to Sokoto for a rally and brought in people from Niger Republic.

“This was to show that they have crowd because Sokoto people refused to attend.”

Reacting, however, Sani taunted the APC to rent its supporters from Sudan since the PDP had already hired theirs from Niger Republic.

The Kaduna lawmaker stated this on his official Twitter page.

According to him, “If they rent theirs from Niger because of proximity; You can rent yours from Sudan because of affinity.”


Comments (32)

  1. Anonymous says:

    What is the Relationship between Nigeria and Sudan..

    Boko Haram Sudan
    Herdsmen Sudan
    President Sudan

    go and rent crowd in Sudan..

    Hmmm. Them fit go do 2019 selection in Sudan oo..!!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    yeeeees! Sani already knows the truth but he’s afraid the death of returning officer of kano state in 2015 election has nt been justified. Only Nnamdi Kanu is d real man, what he survived killed Fela, saro, many other ppl and now he’s bringing this cabal to their grave with truth… Nigeria is now on d verge of breaking… and Atiku is trying to unite us back with our enemies. God have ur way

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