President Muhammadu Buhari has been under severe pressure from the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, to sign the 2018 Electoral Act Amendment bill into law .
Latest to join the group of agitators, is Senator Shehu Sani, representing Kaduna Central.
Although, Senate leader, Ahmed Lawan had on Friday, advised against pressuring the president to sign the amendment bill. Speaking to State House correspondents in Abuja yesterday, Lawan noted that Buhari was still .
He warned that the President studying the bill, before signing, in order to avoid errors.
However, Sani in his position said it was important for the President to sign the document, in order to “ walk the talk” conducting a free, fair and credible election, in 2019.
The outspoken lawmaker, who dumped the ruling APC a little while back, after he was dropped from the party’s list of candidates for National Assembly, made this known via his Twitter handle on Saturday, and wrote:
The amended electoral bill must not be eaten by the infamous Palace Rodents nor should it be covered with the dust raised by the Broom or cobwebs of the spidermen around the throne.The Prez should sign it so that he can walk the talk on free,transparent & credible elections.
— Senator Shehu Sani (@ShehuSani) December 1, 2018