A stalwart of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Kailani Muhammad, has expressed happiness that the immediate past Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El-rufai, did not make the cabinet of President Bola Tinubu.
Muhammad stated this on Sunday while addressing a press conference in Kaduna following the failure of the security agencies to clear El-rufai for Senate screening and confirmation.
According to him, prior to the coming on board of the former governor in 2015, he and other party chieftains all worked for El-rufai with lots of promises which he failed to keep until he left office as governor after eight years of two terms.
Kailani lamented how the former governor rendered so many homeless through the demolishing of their houses and shops, adding that he sacked so many and left so much debt for the present administration in the name of addressing insecurity.
He said, “We are happy that el-rufai has gone, he made promises he did not keep, he demolished people’s sources of livelihood and sacked many. He collected about 150 billion loan on insecurity alone”.
Muhammad called on Governor Uba Sani to consider nominating him as a minister in place of el-rufai from Kaduna State, saying the non-confirmation of el-rufai as minister is a blessing in disguise for the state.