Senator representing Kaduna Central senatorial district, Shehu Sani has yesterday said the current face-off among the All Progressives Congress lawmakers at the Senate posed threat and capable of jeopardising the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.
This was as he said the current situation the APC found itself is a tight corner, although a reconciliatory move was on to reconcile the senators in order not to jeopardise the administration of President Buhari.
Senator Sani made this assertion in interactive and familiarisation visit to members of the Correspondents Chapel of the NUJ in Kaduna State yesterday, where he described the situation the APC is going through at the moment as post-revolutionary crises.
According to him, “It is true that our party is facing a serious post election crises in terms of the challenge of uniting all APC senators together. Mistakes were made but naturally all revolutions are always faced with post revolutionary crises. And we are now facing our own post revolutionary crises and by the grace of God we are going to overcome it.
“Those from PDP who thought that the division that exists within the ranks of the senators of the APC is an opportunity for them to re-establish themselves in power are making a very big mistake. We have a very big problem within ourselves but it is going to be addressed. I would commend the effort of the former President Olusegun Obasanjo in trying to reconcile both the unity forum led by Senator Lawan and the like minds led by the Senate President Bukola Saraki.
“Such kind of reconciliation is needed for the party to make progress. Division within the senators, if not being addressed, poses a serious threat to the government of President Muhammadu Buhari and his capacity to deliver. President Buhari needs APC senators to be united and in one voice and to also work collectively and in harmony with policies and programmes of the Muhammadu Buhari administration.
“Reconciliations are, however, in place before the works in Senate takes proper shape in order not to jeopardize the work of Buhari,” he said.