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Senator Sani Musa denies plans to retain Lawan as Senate President

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Senator Sani Musa, representing Niger East Senatorial District, has categorically refuted a recent report suggesting plans to reappoint Ahmad Lawan as the 10th Senate President. Musa dismissed the article as false and malicious, attributing it to political detractors who seek to create confusion and discord among senators-elect. He clarified that he and his colleagues from the North Central geopolitical zone fully endorse him as their candidate for the position of Deputy Senate President in the upcoming 10th National Assembly. Musa urges the public and newly elected senators to disregard the baseless rumors and focus on the facts.

Senator Sani Musa emphasizes that the report alleging plans to retain Ahmad Lawan as Senate President is entirely unfounded. He asserts that the article was fabricated by individuals with ulterior motives, aiming to create divisions within the All Progressives Congress (APC) senators-elect and pit them against Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and his deputy, Kashim Shettima. Musa refutes these claims, urging everyone to disregard the false information circulating in the media.

Senator Musa, a prominent candidate for the position of Deputy Senate President, maintains his stance alongside fellow senators from the North Central geopolitical zone who have endorsed him. He reaffirms that he will not deviate from the position agreed upon by his colleagues, which has received the sanction and approval of North Central governors. Musa’s dedication to serving as Deputy Senate President remains unwavering, despite the misleading rumors circulating.

Furthermore, Senator Musa clarifies that no meeting has taken place where an agreement was reached to support the outgoing Senate president, Osita Izunaso, for the Senate presidency, or for Musa to serve as the deputy Senate president in the 10th National Assembly. He highlights the lack of substance behind the claims made in the national daily that reported a three-horse race for the Senate presidency in the upcoming assembly. Musa urges the public to rely on accurate information and not be swayed by baseless speculations.

Senator Sani Musa firmly denies any plans to retain Ahmad Lawan as Senate President in the upcoming 10th National Assembly. He condemns the false and malicious report as the work of political detractors seeking to sow discord and confusion. Musa stands by his endorsement from colleagues in the North Central geopolitical zone and remains dedicated to serving as Deputy Senate President. He urges the public and newly elected senators to dismiss the unfounded rumors and focus on the facts. Let us look forward to a transparent and informed decision-making process in the Senate.

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