- Nasir El-Rufai’s wife has got Nigerians talking after sharing a loved-up photo of herself and the governor
- The governor's first wife, Hadiza complained about her husband's look despite sharing the same age as him
- According to the first lady, the stress of Kaduna state has turned E-Rufai’s hair grey
Hadiza, the wife of Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai, has lamented over how her husband has suddenly grown grey hair.
The first lady of Kaduna made this known via her Twitter page on Saturday evening, January 9, as she shared a loved-up photo of herself and the governor.
She attributed her husband's recent look to the stress of the northern state even though they both share the same age.
This tweet has generated numerous reactions among Nigerians on Twitter with some commending the efforts of the governor while others gave the first lady advice.
Legit.ng gathered some comments below:
@Haleem__Bea in response to El-Rufai's wife said:
"Who lead kaduna state can lead Nigeria, due to the stress of tribalism and sectionlism crisis."
"I guess anybody that leads Kaduna with the determination, dedication and gallantry the way Malam does has more than what it takes to lead Nigeria. Malam is more than a suitable candidate and insha Allah he will come 2023."
@estherclimate gave the Kaduna state first lady some tips:
"More vitamins and exercise can help."
@MuhammedTijjan7 commended the governor:
"Allah’s blessings on you both, he’s doing a great job. Never seen Kaduna transform in almost 4decades Raising hands."
@yinkaisola14 commented saying:
"Gaskiya, It Isn't Easy. Almighty Allah Will See Him Through."
Since El-Rufai assumed office back in 2015, the northern governor has had to deal with reoccurring banditry in Kaduna state.
All the governor's efforts to bring about peace in the northwest state seem to have been truncated by more attacks every other week.
Almost on a daily basis, Kaduna witnesses cases of kidnappings, banditry, communal clashes, and sometimes, outright terrorism.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that armed bandits again, killed four people in Katarma village, Chikun local government area of Kaduna, as the northwest state comes under intense siege from the criminal gangs.
The incident was disclosed in a statement seen by Legit.ng on Thursday, January 7, issued by Samuel Aruwan, the Kaduna state commissioner for internal security and home affairs.
Aruwan said the bandits were initially engaged by local vigilantes who defended the village before troops were mobilised to the location.
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