2027: El-Rufai’s son attacks Tinubu, says IMF and World Bank won’t save him from being voted out

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Bashir El-Rufai, son of the former governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El-Rufai, has attacked President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, claiming that no institution, locally or internationally, can stop him “being voted out of office” in 2027.

Bashir said that nobody is too big to be elected out of office by the people, warning that it will happen with no consequences.

He added that people should forget all the intimidations flying up and down, saying they should be patient.

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He said, “Nobody is too big to be elected out of office by the people. It will happen & wallahi nothing will happen. So forget all these intimidations flying up and down. Let us be patient.

“Even IMF & World Bank no go save una that time. Political strategist una. That one na for Lagos.”

“I didn’t call names o, but due to their guilt, they already know who is being spoken about. Wallahi, none of you will force anyone to support this utter failure of governance disguised as useless, dangerous ethnocentric political strategy,” he added.

Recall that Tinubu was largely referred to as a master strategist during the 2023 presidential campaign.

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Bashir’s father, Nasir El-Rufai, was a staunch supporter of Tinubu during the 2023 general election. However, their relationship soured when El-Rufai’s name was omitted from the ministerial list.

His successor, Uba Sani, expressed dismay over the substantial debts left behind by Nasir El-Rufai. Sani disclosed that the state now faces severe financial constraints, with insufficient funds to meet payroll obligations.

Speaking at a Town Hall Meeting in March at the late Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Hall in Kaduna, the governor revealed that his administration inherited debts totaling $587 million, N85 billion, and obligations from 115 contracts from the former governor.

Despite these challenges, Sani emphasized that his administration has refrained from borrowing in the past nine months.

He highlighted the strain caused by the debt burden on the state’s Federal Allocation, exacerbated by unfavorable exchange rates that have tripled the repayment amounts compared to what was initially borrowed under Nasir El-Rufai’s tenure.

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