The former lawmaker representing Kaduna Central in the Senate, Shehu Sani has insinuated that the current primary election is turning into tales by moonlight.
This is coming a few days after he lost the gubernatorial ticket of the People’s Democratic Party in Kaduna State to Honourable Isah Ashiru.
In a post shared on Twitter, Shehu Sani said two delegates voted for him without getting a dime but he has received over three hundred calls from different Delegates claiming they voted for him and wish to come and see him.
Expressing surprise at the election result, Shehu Sani tweeted: “Two delegates voted for me without paying them kobo. But I have received over 300 calls from different Delegates claiming that they are the two that voted for me and want to come and see me…Se se se Wahala abeg”
It is no longer news that delegates usually get paid by aspirants to enable them to secure their votes during party primaries.
However, Shehu Sani constantly maintained that he will not give any delegate money to vote for him in the primaries.
This article was originally published on Nigeria News