He stated this during the launch of his interactive forum in Nasarawa area, a suburb of Kaduna metropolis.
“We know that Nigerians are facing hunger, no money for school fees and no jobs,” the senator said while addressing the residents of the area during the event tagged “Street Parliament.”
Senator Sani, a member of the ruling All Progressives Congress, blamed the hardship Nigerians are currently facing on the 16 years of largely bad governance by the PDP.
The lawmaker, who received complaints from residents about the terrible condition of the road leading to the area, poverty, joblessness and lack of portable drinking water, regretted the neglect of the community by government, noting that “it is as if this community is not in Kaduna.”
He however assured the residents that the APC-controlled state government would redress the ugly situation.
“But it is not our (APC) fault. For the past 16 years, the PDP government did not do anything to you, but this present government will do something for your community,” he said.
He added that, “I decided to come to Nasarawa community to launch what I called Street Parliament. I know that you are facing many problems..."