The lawmaker representing Kaduna Central senatorial district in the Senate, Senator Shehu Sani of the All Progressives Congress(APC) on Friday described his feud with Governor Nasir el-Rufai as normal in a democracy. Sani disclosed this to State House reporters after he and Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki met behind closed-doors with President Muhammadu Buhari. Sani said: “It’s a normal thing. You can be siamese twins and then you may engage in combat.
“You can also be twins and then you engage yourselves in disagreement and you can also be from the same house or family or same room but still disagree with each other. I think it’s a normal thing in democracy to disagree.” On his reported suspension from APC, Sani said, “I cannot be suspended. I’m unsuspendable, if there is any word like that. I remain a member of my party. If you simply feel uncomfortable with my words, all you can do is to simply put some cotton on your ears so that it can block it and if you’re not comfortable with seeing me physically, you simply need to use sunglasses.”