WOW!! El Rufai Is Very Serious About Marrying “Zahra” Buhari’s Daughter


Governor, Malham Nasir El Rufai is set to marry a fourth wife, News of the People came authoritatively reveal. The new bride to be is Zahra, the daughter of President Muhammadu Buhari who was once romantically linked with the former vice president Namadi Sambo. Sources hinted that the proposed wedding will be culminated in the next few weeks as both parties are already in the know. As usual politicians are already reading meanings to the romance as it has been linked with 2019 elections where El Rufai is alleged to be nursing a bigger ambition.

According to Wikipedia, Nasir EL-Rufa is a Muslim and has three wives, Hadiza, Asia and Ummi. Hadiza El-Rufai,[39] an architect and El-Rufai’s best friend for over 30 years, served as the First Lady of the Federal Capital Territory (Abuja) during EL-Rufai’s four-year tenure as Minister.


EL-Rufai has had various nicknames throughout his period in politics and even before that,[40] he’s knowns as Giant by those close to him, a reference to his small size. He is also known as the Privatization Czar, and more recently as Mr. Demolition.[41] On the 27th of January 2014, the State Security Service quizzed him over a statement credited to him in which he said there would be violence in the 2015 elections. He was later released after 15 hours in detention.

Mal Nasir Ahmed El-Rufai is presently the Executive Governor Kaduna State. He took the oath of office on 29 May 2015. His inauguration ended abruptly due to attack by rampaging youth against some dignitaries present to witness the inauguration

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