Photos: El-rufai Keeps To Promise, Enrols Son In Kaduna Public School

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Kaduna State Governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai has enrolled his six year old son, Abubakar into primary one in Capital School Malali, a public school in Kaduna.

Governor El-rufai
Kaduna State Governor El-rufai

The governor on Monday was accompanied by his wife Aisha Ummi to the school where their son commenced his primary education.

Also Read: Governor El-Rufai Replies Twitter User Who Called Him A Liar

Recall in 2017, while speaking as a guest of Freedom Radio’s Hausa phone-in programme ”Barka da War haka” the governor had said he will revamp public schools in Kaduna state and promised to enrol his child in a public school when he turns six years.

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