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BOMBSHELL: Gov. El-Rufai A Clownish Buffoon Who Once Licked Obasanjo, Atiku's Anuses - Senator Shehu Reveals

BOMBSHELL: Gov. El-Rufai A Clownish Buffoon Who Once Licked Obasanjo, Atiku's Anuses - Senator Shehu Reveals

Governor El-Rufai kneeling down for Obasanjo
The Senator representing Kaduna Central District, Shehu Sani, has taken a swipe at the Governor of the state, El-Rufai for paying herdsmen to stop killings in Southern Kaduna.

Recall that El-Rufai had recently disclosed that his administration traced violent Fulani herdsmen to their countries and paid them to stop the killings in Southern Kaduna. 

Sani, while reacting to the governor’s claim alleged that El-Rufai is a “heap of excrement you may mistake for a bar of chocolate.”


In a statement he personally signed, the Senator said, “Some people said I overreact to El-rufai but it’s not true. I’m been mild. El-rufai is a stinking 16 year unwashed and dirty underwear of the PDP inherited and deodorized by the APC instead of been taken to the laundry.

“He is a mucus you can mistake for a vanilla ice cream. He is a heap of excrement you may mistake for a bar of chocolate. He once licked the anus and sniffed the fart of Obasanjo to prove his loyalty.

“He once licked the Anus and sniffed the fart of Atiku to prove his loyalty; Now he is doing so for Baba. An accidental Governor permanently consigning his state in the emergency ward of pervasive insecurity. A man with perfidious history and patented habit of kneeling down to blow the organs of his masters to prove his fidelity.

“Shehu sani is “Unsuspendable” I dey Kampe, even when I climbed Kufena mountain I still dey Kampe.Try another thing this one can’t silence ZA Comrade.”

“Elrufai gets his political advice from an adviser who serves as his apprentice, who has never won an election; a serial lickspittle, a duffer, a clownish buffoon. A man so chronically despised and dismissed by even the cabinet members of his government and the party members in the state.

“Elrufai has become a hostage of an ‘adviser’, who continuously extort money from the Government in the name of either recalling or suspending Shehu. A project that makes no impact than continuously rubbishing the Governor.

“Since we came to office on May 29th 2015,Elrufai’s Kaduna APC held about 8 Press conferences and all the 8 Press conferences were about ‘suspending Shehu Sani’ or ‘confirming the suspension of Shehu Sani’ or “ratifying the suspension of Shehu Sani or ‘affirming the suspension of Shehu Sani. It has ridiculously reached to a point that each time Kaduna journalist are invited by Elrufai’s Kaduna APC is to write the repeated story of Shehu Sani’s suspension. Shehu-Sani.

“I have been so suspended by Elrufai’s men to the point that my car may not need suspenders again. I am also thinking of opening a private chemistry school to teach students on suspension. I remembered my elementary chemistry where suspension is defined as: ‘A heterogeneous mixture in which the solute particles do not dissolve but get suspended throughout the bulk of the medium’. I’m proud to be suspended by Elrufai, a serpent in the caravan of change.’

“Kaduna APC is a congregation of political appointees of Mr Governor, they want him to sleep, snore and fart without noise from Shehu. If my repeated suspension will earn our Governor a shirt in the Nigerian or American Basketball team, I’ll be happy.

“The very Elrufai’s Kaduna APC that accused Shehu of disrespecting the “party” is the same one that reigned insults and abuses against the National Vice chairman North West who invalidated their cretinous vituperation.

“They are the same people who don’t recognise and respect any Committee set up by the national secretariat of the party including one headed by Katsina State Governor Masari. Their suspension ends in the executive W/C and then the cesspit hole of their Government House where it will converge with the outcome of Suya, Pap and Beans cake meal.”
Governor El-Rufai kneeling down for Obasanjo
The Senator representing Kaduna Central District, Shehu Sani, has taken a swipe at the Governor of the state, El-Rufai for paying herdsmen to stop killings in Southern Kaduna.

Recall that El-Rufai had recently disclosed that his administration traced violent Fulani herdsmen to their countries and paid them to stop the killings in Southern Kaduna. 

Sani, while reacting to the governor’s claim alleged that El-Rufai is a “heap of excrement you may mistake for a bar of chocolate.”


In a statement he personally signed, the Senator said, “Some people said I overreact to El-rufai but it’s not true. I’m been mild. El-rufai is a stinking 16 year unwashed and dirty underwear of the PDP inherited and deodorized by the APC instead of been taken to the laundry.

“He is a mucus you can mistake for a vanilla ice cream. He is a heap of excrement you may mistake for a bar of chocolate. He once licked the anus and sniffed the fart of Obasanjo to prove his loyalty.

“He once licked the Anus and sniffed the fart of Atiku to prove his loyalty; Now he is doing so for Baba. An accidental Governor permanently consigning his state in the emergency ward of pervasive insecurity. A man with perfidious history and patented habit of kneeling down to blow the organs of his masters to prove his fidelity.

“Shehu sani is “Unsuspendable” I dey Kampe, even when I climbed Kufena mountain I still dey Kampe.Try another thing this one can’t silence ZA Comrade.”

“Elrufai gets his political advice from an adviser who serves as his apprentice, who has never won an election; a serial lickspittle, a duffer, a clownish buffoon. A man so chronically despised and dismissed by even the cabinet members of his government and the party members in the state.

“Elrufai has become a hostage of an ‘adviser’, who continuously extort money from the Government in the name of either recalling or suspending Shehu. A project that makes no impact than continuously rubbishing the Governor.

“Since we came to office on May 29th 2015,Elrufai’s Kaduna APC held about 8 Press conferences and all the 8 Press conferences were about ‘suspending Shehu Sani’ or ‘confirming the suspension of Shehu Sani’ or “ratifying the suspension of Shehu Sani or ‘affirming the suspension of Shehu Sani. It has ridiculously reached to a point that each time Kaduna journalist are invited by Elrufai’s Kaduna APC is to write the repeated story of Shehu Sani’s suspension. Shehu-Sani.

“I have been so suspended by Elrufai’s men to the point that my car may not need suspenders again. I am also thinking of opening a private chemistry school to teach students on suspension. I remembered my elementary chemistry where suspension is defined as: ‘A heterogeneous mixture in which the solute particles do not dissolve but get suspended throughout the bulk of the medium’. I’m proud to be suspended by Elrufai, a serpent in the caravan of change.’

“Kaduna APC is a congregation of political appointees of Mr Governor, they want him to sleep, snore and fart without noise from Shehu. If my repeated suspension will earn our Governor a shirt in the Nigerian or American Basketball team, I’ll be happy.

“The very Elrufai’s Kaduna APC that accused Shehu of disrespecting the “party” is the same one that reigned insults and abuses against the National Vice chairman North West who invalidated their cretinous vituperation.

“They are the same people who don’t recognise and respect any Committee set up by the national secretariat of the party including one headed by Katsina State Governor Masari. Their suspension ends in the executive W/C and then the cesspit hole of their Government House where it will converge with the outcome of Suya, Pap and Beans cake meal.”

THE UNTOLD: How FG Actually Struck The Secret Deal To Free 21 Chibok Girls

THE UNTOLD: How FG Actually Struck The Secret Deal To Free 21 Chibok Girls

THE UNTOLD: How FG Actually Struck The Secret Deal To Free 21 Chibok Girls
Premium Times - The release of 21 Chibok girls by the terrorist Boko Haram group Thursday was the culmination of more than two years of negotiation and perseverance by a team which first assembled about two years ago, PREMIUM TIMES can report.

The key actors who first initiated the process made their initial attempt to rescue the girls around July 2014, during the Goodluck Jonathan administration, but that effort floundered in the last minutes, PREMIUM TIMES learnt.

The initial team comprised Shehu Sani, now a senator; rights activist, Fred Eno; a lawyer, Mustapha Zanna; the Nigerian Army, then led by Kenneth Minimah; the Swiss government; and the International Committee of the Red Cross, which was called in to play a neutral intermediary role.


Mr. Sani, the sources said, began the process when he reached out to the Swiss Government through its Embassy in Nigeria and then linked them to Mr. Zanah who in turn connected the Swiss authorities and the International Committee of the Red Cross with the leadership of Boko Haram.

Mr. Jonathan appointed elder statesman, Edwin Clark, to liaise with the team and government.

After a few weeks of work, the team nearly secured the release of the girls in 2014.

Highly placed sources familiar with the negotiation told PREMIUM TIMES at the time that the deal fell through due to the clumsy manner in which the Jonathan administration handled it.

“It boils down, basically, to three key issues: inflexibility and lack of realism on the part of the insurgent forces; lack of support for a negotiated settlement to the insurgency on the part of security forces; and what appears to be government’s acceptance that the security forces were right,” the sources said.


“The president desperately wanted the girls released, but politics of positioning stood in the way of progress,” Mr. Eno told PREMIUM TIMES at the time.

After the initial effort failed, according to our sources, Messrs Sani, Eno and Clark moved on to other things.

But other members of the team remained tenacious and kept exploring available options for the release of the girls, this newspaper learnt.

The State Security Service (SSS) led the fresh negotiation with the team using the existing line of dialogue established in 2014.

The Nigerian military was left out of the initial negotiation after the Boko Haram leadership reportedly insisted it would have nothing with an organisation that had been killing its members, and had killed some of the Chibok girls in aerial bombardments.


PREMIUM TIMES learnt that the SSS was therefore enlisted to lead the negotiation, gather intelligence regarding the reliability of the release window and provide other support services essential to the operation.

After a deal had been struck, the Red Cross was called in to meet the leadership of the sect as well as sight the girls.

A date and location was then agreed for the release of the girls.

On Wednesday, October 14, the military was contacted to deploy some of its men to a particular location in Banki, a border town in Bama local government area of Borno State, to pick up the 21 girls, officials said.

The girls were released at 5:30 am on Thursday and immediately flown to Maiduguri, the Borno State capital, in a chopper.

The Nigerian government announced the release of the girls on Thursday morning, hours after they were successfully received from insurgents in the highly confidential operation.

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, dismissed reports that the girls were rescued in exchange for top-level suspected Boko Haram detainees across the country.'

The release was a “product of painstaking negotiations and trust on both sides,” Mr. Mohammed said at a world press conference Thursday afternoon. “Please note that this is not a swap. It is a release.”

Mr. Mohammed’s comments that the girls were not released based on a prisoner swap deal immediately sparked speculation that the government may have paid ransom.

However, presidential spokesperson, Femi Adesina, denied that any ransom was paid.

Mr. Buhari had repeatedly stated his willingness to rescue the girls even if it required swapping them with suspected terrorists in custody.

A government source said negotiations for the release of the remaining girls was continuing

THE UNTOLD: How FG Actually Struck The Secret Deal To Free 21 Chibok Girls
Premium Times - The release of 21 Chibok girls by the terrorist Boko Haram group Thursday was the culmination of more than two years of negotiation and perseverance by a team which first assembled about two years ago, PREMIUM TIMES can report.

The key actors who first initiated the process made their initial attempt to rescue the girls around July 2014, during the Goodluck Jonathan administration, but that effort floundered in the last minutes, PREMIUM TIMES learnt.

The initial team comprised Shehu Sani, now a senator; rights activist, Fred Eno; a lawyer, Mustapha Zanna; the Nigerian Army, then led by Kenneth Minimah; the Swiss government; and the International Committee of the Red Cross, which was called in to play a neutral intermediary role.


Mr. Sani, the sources said, began the process when he reached out to the Swiss Government through its Embassy in Nigeria and then linked them to Mr. Zanah who in turn connected the Swiss authorities and the International Committee of the Red Cross with the leadership of Boko Haram.

Mr. Jonathan appointed elder statesman, Edwin Clark, to liaise with the team and government.

After a few weeks of work, the team nearly secured the release of the girls in 2014.

Highly placed sources familiar with the negotiation told PREMIUM TIMES at the time that the deal fell through due to the clumsy manner in which the Jonathan administration handled it.

“It boils down, basically, to three key issues: inflexibility and lack of realism on the part of the insurgent forces; lack of support for a negotiated settlement to the insurgency on the part of security forces; and what appears to be government’s acceptance that the security forces were right,” the sources said.


“The president desperately wanted the girls released, but politics of positioning stood in the way of progress,” Mr. Eno told PREMIUM TIMES at the time.

After the initial effort failed, according to our sources, Messrs Sani, Eno and Clark moved on to other things.

But other members of the team remained tenacious and kept exploring available options for the release of the girls, this newspaper learnt.

The State Security Service (SSS) led the fresh negotiation with the team using the existing line of dialogue established in 2014.

The Nigerian military was left out of the initial negotiation after the Boko Haram leadership reportedly insisted it would have nothing with an organisation that had been killing its members, and had killed some of the Chibok girls in aerial bombardments.


PREMIUM TIMES learnt that the SSS was therefore enlisted to lead the negotiation, gather intelligence regarding the reliability of the release window and provide other support services essential to the operation.

After a deal had been struck, the Red Cross was called in to meet the leadership of the sect as well as sight the girls.

A date and location was then agreed for the release of the girls.

On Wednesday, October 14, the military was contacted to deploy some of its men to a particular location in Banki, a border town in Bama local government area of Borno State, to pick up the 21 girls, officials said.

The girls were released at 5:30 am on Thursday and immediately flown to Maiduguri, the Borno State capital, in a chopper.

The Nigerian government announced the release of the girls on Thursday morning, hours after they were successfully received from insurgents in the highly confidential operation.

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, dismissed reports that the girls were rescued in exchange for top-level suspected Boko Haram detainees across the country.'

The release was a “product of painstaking negotiations and trust on both sides,” Mr. Mohammed said at a world press conference Thursday afternoon. “Please note that this is not a swap. It is a release.”

Mr. Mohammed’s comments that the girls were not released based on a prisoner swap deal immediately sparked speculation that the government may have paid ransom.

However, presidential spokesperson, Femi Adesina, denied that any ransom was paid.

Mr. Buhari had repeatedly stated his willingness to rescue the girls even if it required swapping them with suspected terrorists in custody.

A government source said negotiations for the release of the remaining girls was continuing

Sen. Ben Bruce LIED, No Senator Blocked From Greeting Buhari - Senate Colleagues Blast

Sen. Ben Bruce LIED, No Senator Blocked From Greeting Buhari - Senate Colleagues Blast

Sen. Ben Bruce LIED, No Senator Blocked From Greeting Buhari - Senate Colleagues Blast

A Niger Delta Senator from Bayelsa State and the group Managing Director of Silver Bird Group, Senator Ben Murray Bruce has accused the Secret police, SSS of obstructing him while he tried to greet President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday at the Presidential villa where all the senators were hosted to mark the First Year of the incumbent administration. 

Senator Ben Murray Bruce after the dinner had tweeted:

But some of the Senators present at the occasion have debunked Bruce claim. 

The first was Senator Shehu Sanni from Kaduna State. Senator Sani on his facebook page posted;

"We met with Mr President at the Villa yesternight.He was frank and blunt with us and we were honest with him.He addressed us, and those nominated to speak responded,raised issues and asked questions of which he answered." 

 "I actually wanted to speak but I was not so lucky." "I was surprised to learn that one of us later disclosed that he was prevented by security agents from coming close to Mr President.I personally experienced NO such.And I don't think Mr President can bar any legislature from coming close to him for holding a different opinion on National issues." 

 "I always have an independent mind and will always speak my mind when there is the need to do so;For decades, Mr. President knows me for that and still respect me for that.Its not everything the security agents does that Mr President will know." 

 "Mr President address to us was comprehensive and satisfying. Wishing him Lord's blessings and good health in this historic mission to rebuild our great country.PMB is a leader we most need and deserve at this time." 

 Another Senator from Osun State, Sola Adeyeye, also expressed disappointment with Ben Bruce, his colleague from Bayelsa east, for allegedly misleading the public over the incident that happened at the presidential villa in Abuja on Monday. 

Adeyeye said;

 "I was at the dinner. I sat in the front row along with other Principal Officers of the National Assembly. I had a vantage view of what transpired. I am disappointed by this comment from a respected colleague. I have on two occasions provided robust defense of Sen Ben Bruce. Not this time!" 

 "It was Sen Dino Melaye who first went to greet those seated at the President's table, including President Buhari. He was well greeted. No one in the senate has criticized President Buhari more than Sen Melaye." 

 "But as others rose to do what Dino had done, the scene got clumsy and indecorous because people were approaching the President's table from different directions. I sat between Sen Olujimi and Sen Bwacha. The three of us felt embarrassed by what was clearly a breach of dinner protocol." 

 "At that level, if dinner was served or being served, good etiquette demanded that the President's table should not be approached. One should wait until people had finished eating. No senator in the USA would breach such elementary protocol. We (on my table) predicted in whispers that colleagues would soon be barred from approaching the President's table and it happened." 

 "The first person to be turned back was Sen Gemade who was visibly embarrassed. He belongs to the APC; he is not a known critic of the President. When I noticed that most people had finished their food, I approached the table and offered my pleasantries. Others followed suit. No one was turned back." Senator Adeye was quoted to have said


Sen. Ben Bruce LIED, No Senator Blocked From Greeting Buhari - Senate Colleagues Blast

A Niger Delta Senator from Bayelsa State and the group Managing Director of Silver Bird Group, Senator Ben Murray Bruce has accused the Secret police, SSS of obstructing him while he tried to greet President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday at the Presidential villa where all the senators were hosted to mark the First Year of the incumbent administration. 

Senator Ben Murray Bruce after the dinner had tweeted:

But some of the Senators present at the occasion have debunked Bruce claim. 

The first was Senator Shehu Sanni from Kaduna State. Senator Sani on his facebook page posted;

"We met with Mr President at the Villa yesternight.He was frank and blunt with us and we were honest with him.He addressed us, and those nominated to speak responded,raised issues and asked questions of which he answered." 

 "I actually wanted to speak but I was not so lucky." "I was surprised to learn that one of us later disclosed that he was prevented by security agents from coming close to Mr President.I personally experienced NO such.And I don't think Mr President can bar any legislature from coming close to him for holding a different opinion on National issues." 

 "I always have an independent mind and will always speak my mind when there is the need to do so;For decades, Mr. President knows me for that and still respect me for that.Its not everything the security agents does that Mr President will know." 

 "Mr President address to us was comprehensive and satisfying. Wishing him Lord's blessings and good health in this historic mission to rebuild our great country.PMB is a leader we most need and deserve at this time." 

 Another Senator from Osun State, Sola Adeyeye, also expressed disappointment with Ben Bruce, his colleague from Bayelsa east, for allegedly misleading the public over the incident that happened at the presidential villa in Abuja on Monday. 

Adeyeye said;

 "I was at the dinner. I sat in the front row along with other Principal Officers of the National Assembly. I had a vantage view of what transpired. I am disappointed by this comment from a respected colleague. I have on two occasions provided robust defense of Sen Ben Bruce. Not this time!" 

 "It was Sen Dino Melaye who first went to greet those seated at the President's table, including President Buhari. He was well greeted. No one in the senate has criticized President Buhari more than Sen Melaye." 

 "But as others rose to do what Dino had done, the scene got clumsy and indecorous because people were approaching the President's table from different directions. I sat between Sen Olujimi and Sen Bwacha. The three of us felt embarrassed by what was clearly a breach of dinner protocol." 

 "At that level, if dinner was served or being served, good etiquette demanded that the President's table should not be approached. One should wait until people had finished eating. No senator in the USA would breach such elementary protocol. We (on my table) predicted in whispers that colleagues would soon be barred from approaching the President's table and it happened." 

 "The first person to be turned back was Sen Gemade who was visibly embarrassed. He belongs to the APC; he is not a known critic of the President. When I noticed that most people had finished their food, I approached the table and offered my pleasantries. Others followed suit. No one was turned back." Senator Adeye was quoted to have said


SHOCKER: Gov. El-Rufai Thinking Of Removing Buhari – Kaduna Senator Reveals

SHOCKER: Gov. El-Rufai Thinking Of Removing Buhari – Kaduna Senator Reveals

President Buhari and El-rufai
Premium Times - Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, has been accused of “thinking of removing President Muhammadu Buhari.”

In an explosive interview in the March edition of The Interview magazine, Mr. Sani said, “It would be counter-productive for the Governor to start thinking of evicting Buhari in 2019 to be the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

“El-Rufai should do his job and stop putting his eyes on the Presidency.”

The senator represents Kaduna Central and is in the same ruling All Progressives Congress with the Governor. They have been at odds for undisclosed political reasons, leading to Sani’s suspension by the state branch of the party.

Mr. Sani accused Mr. El-Rufai of ruling like “an emperor,” promising to “give him war or peace,” whichever he chooses.

Also in this edition of The Interview, former military governor of Kaduna State, Dangiwa Umar, a retired colonel, gave his first major interview in 23 years in which he laid in on Governor Adams Oshiomohle; and Peoples Democratic Party chieftains, Edwin Clark and Tony Anenih, calling them “traitors.”

Responding to a question on the fortunes of former President Goodluck Jonathan after he was defeated in March, Mr. Umar said, “I compare them (Oshiomohle and co) to insects that cling to flowers. They are attracted by the nectar rather than by the beauty of the flower.

“Governor Adams Oshiomohle, who generously praised Jonathan as a true democrat, suddenly turned into his most virulent critic.”

Mr. Umar revealed that during Mr. Jonathan’s testy days as acting President, he advised him to sack his service chiefs, but that the former president was too confused and agitated to act.

“He complained,” Mr. Umar said, “that the NSA had informed him that the service chiefs were disgruntled with the way the sick and bedridden Umaru Yar’Adua was being treated and that he, the acting President, was most disloyal.”

In the edition, which the Managing Director/ Editor-In-Chief of The Interview, Azu Ishiekwene, described as “deep and loaded,” Mr. Umar also revisited his role in the June 12 crisis, the agitation for Biafra and his relationship with Jonathan.
President Buhari and El-rufai
Premium Times - Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, has been accused of “thinking of removing President Muhammadu Buhari.”

In an explosive interview in the March edition of The Interview magazine, Mr. Sani said, “It would be counter-productive for the Governor to start thinking of evicting Buhari in 2019 to be the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

“El-Rufai should do his job and stop putting his eyes on the Presidency.”

The senator represents Kaduna Central and is in the same ruling All Progressives Congress with the Governor. They have been at odds for undisclosed political reasons, leading to Sani’s suspension by the state branch of the party.

Mr. Sani accused Mr. El-Rufai of ruling like “an emperor,” promising to “give him war or peace,” whichever he chooses.

Also in this edition of The Interview, former military governor of Kaduna State, Dangiwa Umar, a retired colonel, gave his first major interview in 23 years in which he laid in on Governor Adams Oshiomohle; and Peoples Democratic Party chieftains, Edwin Clark and Tony Anenih, calling them “traitors.”

Responding to a question on the fortunes of former President Goodluck Jonathan after he was defeated in March, Mr. Umar said, “I compare them (Oshiomohle and co) to insects that cling to flowers. They are attracted by the nectar rather than by the beauty of the flower.

“Governor Adams Oshiomohle, who generously praised Jonathan as a true democrat, suddenly turned into his most virulent critic.”

Mr. Umar revealed that during Mr. Jonathan’s testy days as acting President, he advised him to sack his service chiefs, but that the former president was too confused and agitated to act.

“He complained,” Mr. Umar said, “that the NSA had informed him that the service chiefs were disgruntled with the way the sick and bedridden Umaru Yar’Adua was being treated and that he, the acting President, was most disloyal.”

In the edition, which the Managing Director/ Editor-In-Chief of The Interview, Azu Ishiekwene, described as “deep and loaded,” Mr. Umar also revisited his role in the June 12 crisis, the agitation for Biafra and his relationship with Jonathan.

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