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Reno Omokri reacts to resignation of Shehu Sani from APC

Former President Goodluck Jonathan’s spokesperson, Reno Omokri, has reacted to the resignation of Senator Shehu Sani which we reported today.

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According to Reno Omokri who shared a photo of Governor Nasir El-Rufai kicking an unseen object, Senator Shehu Sani was kicked out of the APC after they finished using him. He wrote;

Nasir @Elrufai kicking Senator @ShehuSani out of the @OfficialAPCNg after they have finished using him. Let this be a lesson to all politicians. Don’t call a cow your mother just because you want to eat meat

Poor @ShehuSani. When you should have honourably left with @BukolaSaraki, you allowed yourself be deceived by Oshiomhole’s empty promise of ‘automatic ticket’. Now that automatic ticket has become automatic trick, you now realise you were used and dumped

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This is coming after we reported that Bashir El-Rufai, son of Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, took to Twitter to boast about his father denying Senator Shehu Sani his senatorial ticket.  Taking to Twitter to taunt a follower who claimed that no one can deny Senator Shehu Sani his senatorial, Bashir El-Rufai warned about one ‘starting what he or she can’t finish’. He wrote;

Mallam Nasiru El-Rufai did. How market

When your Comrade was being immature, posting pictures with footballs, suggesting he’s a skilled player none of these Eba Fencists remarked about how childish he was choosing to engage. So no idiot should venture near us on their high horse. Do not start what you can’t finish.

Once again, I reiterate, We have arrived, as promised. Happy retirement, @shehusani. And to our haters who hate us because they hate themselves and cannot look in the mirror, I say how market?

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