Governor El-Rufai Shows Off His Three Wives On His 60th Birthday (Photo)

Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State has shown off his wives while celebrating his 60th birthday.

Governor El-Rufai Shows Off His Three Wives On His 60th Birthday
El-Rufai and his three wives

The governor and former minister is married to three women who turned up for his birthday party and sat beside each other.

The governor was showered with praises on his birthday by the Presidency through a statement which reads:

“As Governor el-Rufai turns 60, the President believes his foresight, wisdom and unusual capacity to mobilize people and resources to actualize dreams stand him out in leadership and administration.

“President Buhari notes that el-Rufai’s entry into public service was truly accidental, but the contributions he has made are deliberate, well thought out and long-lasting, also highlighting his diligent contributions to the 2015 political upset that heralded take-over of power by governing All Progressives Congress.

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“The President prays that the almighty God will continue to bless the Kaduna State Governor and his family, and grant him good health to sustain the good work”.

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