Sen. Shehu Sani has explained that his presence at the meeting of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Senate caucus with President Muhammmadu Buhari, on Wednesday night, did not mean his grievances had been met.
Sani, who represents Kaduna Central Senatorial District in the National Assembly, spoke to State House Correspondents after the meeting which ended at 11.30pm.
Forty-two of the 53 Senators of the APC were present at the meeting which held at the First Lady Conference Room.
Sani, who had been a major critic of the ruling party said, “I am here as a member of the APC Caucus in the Senate. My presence here does not mean that my issue has been resolved 100 percent, but I am of the belief that we have a leader in the party who is doing everything possible to see that the problems that we have that led to a revolt are resolved.
“Revolt at times is most necessary. In fact, APC itself is a reflection of revolt. It revolted against the system of iniquity and today it is in power. I am here because I believe in the leadership of the party. I believe also in the leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari. Read more