Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai’s son, Ahmad, has bagged a degree from a university in the United Kingdom.
El-Rufia and his wife, Barrister Asia Muhammad, attended the graduation ceremony of their son, Ahmad in London, United Kingdom yesterday, Thursday, April 28.
The news has generated tons of reactions online. Below are some:
Ufele Chris: AND THE SAME GOVERNMENT AND POLITICIANS NO WAN SETTLE ASUU so they can called off the strike?After crippling the Nigerian education system, they will now b sending their children to overseas for study.Indeed, this people no rate us at all
Hrh Brume wrote: They crippled our education system and embezzled the money to send their kids to study abroad, while our “leaders of tomorrow” are still at home hoping they’ll call off the strike soon…
They said; “The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet.”
But in Nigeria, both the root and the fruit, infact the whole tree is bitter..
Ifeanyi Steve wrote:
My own is not even about ASUU strike,the blood of the innocent nigerians being killed daily in kaduna state while your own son is in UK enjoying security and good governance…. You see the blood of this people will continue to cry for revenge not matter where they are,to this people it’s only the life of their family members that matters.
Adéwálé Olómólà wrote:
Congratulations young man… Your father has towpathed for you. God will expand & protect you. But as a reminder, you’re enjoying public money your father stole & still stealing from the national cakes. While the hopeless students are jettisoned at home in the name of ASUU strike. Meanwhile, Some guileful youths are still agitating for this old rogues to continue ruling us. Until our youths start thinking through their brains, not anus, nothing we change in this country. Some youths need Bianca’s slap for their brains to reset.
Sonia Ashionyenedu wrote:
You will send your kids abroad and neglect the masses’ children at home cos of course it doesn’t affect you children. Change will come someday You people will feel it.
August Leonard wrote:
I don’t blame them
I blame my forefathers that was hiding from slave masters
If only the caught him to America, shey they will be calling me Black American
By now I will be answering Woods Rice and be a big boy instead of answering Blessed and be poor😭😭
Thunder fire lord Lugard😒😒
Izuchukwu Stephen wrote:
We pray that some day being a politician in this country wont seem like a crime that deserves jungle justice to the masses.
You might not agree with it today but the society they created, are responding already to it through police officers today
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