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Controversy as Governor El-Rufai Allegedly Registers His Son in a Public School (Photo)

Mixed reactions has trailed the news that Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State has registered his son in a public school in Kaduna.

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There is a brewing controversy over a viral photo allegedly of the son of Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai being circulated online alleging that he has been registered in a public school as a fulfillment of the campaign promises of the governor.

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But the credibility of the report which was made public by one Muktar Garba Maigamo has been discredited by many people.

According to some of the respondents on Maigamo’s post on Facebook, the boy is said to be wearing a uniform of a Standard Private Tahfiz/Elementary school in Kaduna contrary to the report about the boy’s enrolment in a public school.

In fact, more shocking revelation about the boy and the school he attends shows that he is guided by men of the Department of State Security 24 hours throughout the time of his arrival and departure from the school. Many have been left with the conclusion that the photos being circulated are nothing but mere propaganda.

However, nothing has been heard from the governor to back up the claims being made.

5 Comments on Controversy as Governor El-Rufai Allegedly Registers His Son in a Public School (Photo)

  1. OMG!!! can’t stop laughing


  2. this is serious oh


  3. All na wash


  4. propaganda


  5. LAWAL mabayoje olatunji // September 28, 2016 at 2:35 am // Reply

    This is the beginning of good things to come . There will be more focus on education in the state. lead by example


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