Governor Nasir El-Rufai Says He Will Not Serve As A Minister Under Tinubu’s Presidency, Gives Reason

Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai whose tenure comes to an end in 2023, has spoken on his life after his governorship administration.

Recall that governor El-Rufai was heavily linked to emerging the vice presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) but last minute a consideration resulted in former governor of Borno state, Kashim Shettima being chosen in his expense.

He was later reported to have been chosen as Bola Tinubu’s campaign director general; a position he turned down without any formal statement.

Interestingly, the governor has revealed that he does not intend serving as a member Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s cabinet should the latter win the 2023 presidential election.

According to him, a younger person who is more vibrant than he is, will take his place in Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s cabinet.

He added that he intends to go back to his book writing which he claimed earned him so much in the past; also, to serve a contractor so as to be able to pay his bills.

“I was a Minister at 43, I don’t want to be a Minister again at 63, it’s time for the younger one to be Minister.I will look for money.

I will write another book, I made a lot of money from my previous book.KADUNA State Governor’s pension is only 700k per month and I still have biological children attending primary school

“I will rather be a contractor because I’m still paying school fees and plenty of friends I know will be in the incoming administration. So I will go to them and look for a contract”.


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