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10th NASS: Sani Musa Opens Up On Backing Lawan For Senate President, Izunaso For DSP

According to Senator Sani Musa (APC-Niger East), the rumors that he is endorsing Senate President Ahmed Lawan to keep his seat in the 10th National Assembly are untrue and nasty.

Newsmen recalls that on Monday, there was a report that Lawan was going to run for Senate President.

According to a source who spoke to Newsmen, Lawan is collaborating with Senator Osita Isunaso of Imo State’s Imo West senatorial zone to realize his goals and equally collaborate with other senators and stakeholders.


According to the platform, some of the participants included Imo State Governor Hope Uzodinma, Senator Ifeanyi Ubah from Anambra State, Senator Sani Musa from Niger State, and Chief Emeka Offor.


An important milestone on the transaction was apparently reached during the overnight discussion, which reportedly took place behind closed doors and finished early on Monday morning.

Senator Musa, however, quickly reacted by claiming that the article is a manufactured narrative backed by political rivals.

The All Progressives Congress (APC) senators-elect were pitted against Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and his deputy, Kashim Shettima, according to Musa, a prominent contender for the job of Deputy President of the Senate.

He advised the incoming senators and the general public to ignore the untrue information in the media, which he claimed was the creation of rumor mongers who had hatched the rumors.


The DSP candidate emphasized that he supported his North Central geopolitical zone colleagues’ decision to support him as their nominee for the role of Deputy Senate President in the 10th National Assembly.

Musa added that he would not act against the consensus of his colleagues, which had been endorsed and agreed to by the North Central governors.


In no meeting, according to the lawmaker, did he and other senators agree to support Osita Izunaso, the outgoing Senate President and senator-elect, in his bid to become Senate President and Deputy Senate President of the incoming Assembly.


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