Former FCT Minister, Nasir El-Rufai Declares N90B And 40 Mansions In Abuja As Assets

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Governor Nasir ElRufai of Kaduna State has declared his asset. According to The Union, he is worth N90 billion. The governor’s assets declaration came as a big shock to most Kaduna residents yesterday as he allegedly declared ownership of 40 mansions, most of which are located in Abuja. Kaduna State Director Code of Conduct Bureau, George David, however, declined to comment when contacted.

He said the law on asset declaration permitted public office holders not to make their asset declaration public. The director however disclosed that asset declaration by El- Rufai and his Deputy were made long before yesterday.

According to him, any further information concerning the amount and assets involved in the declaration form, could only be enquired from Abuja headquarter of the Bureau.

Governor El-Rufai’s Adviser on Media and Communication, Muyiwa Adekeye, confirmed that the governor had declared his assets but promised to get back to journalists with details. As at press time, he never did.

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2 comments

  1. Its not credible enough for El Rufai to threaten fire and brimstone over this alleged revelation. It should, rather, be an opportunity for him to declare his assets publicly. Personally, I’m so suprised that somebody like El Rufai (some saint) will wait to be urged to let the public know who he is ‘bourgeoisiely’. Nothing is hidden under the earth, sooner or later all will be exposed

  2. Omg……he should be asked to come before the government and disclosed how he accumulate huge some of money and assets while serving the country…..this is one of the reason the nigerian citizens are suffering…what businesses or investment he embarked on that generate such huge amounts….shame on all selfless and greedy nigerians and politicians that bankrupt the bless nation.God will judge all of you one day.

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