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Saturday, 1 July 2017

See what El Rufai had to say about restructuring in 2010

Kaduna state governor, Nasir El Rufai recently said calls to restructure Nigeria are irresponsible. Well, he had a very different view of the matter in 2010 when he was yet to be governor and canvassing political support.  See photo after the cut.


37 comments:

Vicwhytehart said...

A complete confusionist

Anonymous said...

Politicians? Wonderful people. That's I am amazed by the attitude of my people who believe the guys that promise them elderado when a new country. They will certainly be in regret at the end of the day. Has Trump destroyed all the policies he promised his people when he was campaigning?

Anonymous said...

Rufai el chameleon

Anonymous said...

Don't just listen to that dwarf. I think that's his own personal opinion

@MEETD®EALEVANS™ said...

A man that is not loyal to his own words is an hypocrite....

Anonymous said...

One thing is the heading, the other is the content. Headings do not tell us the contents of papers or discussion. Be wise Linda.

kisbykay (Travelling Agency) said...

Bunch of selfish and senseless politicians

Anonymous said...

Oloshi

Anonymous said...

I feel pity for anyone who still believes in Nigerian politicians... You are all on a looooooong thing!

Ademola Folarin said...

It's difficult to blame him for his comment. He is a product of a mediocre system the the proponents of restructuring want to retool. You'll expect a beneficiary of the rotten system to employ self-preserving tactics.

Vivian Reginalds said...

mumu Northern hypocrites everywhere!
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Asizaibi Wilfred said...

Invariably he is the opportunist and the irresponsible one here. He is now in power so things must change abi?,from when he was seeking for power.

Anonymous said...

Cos he talks too much dat is why he forgot what he said b4, short devil

tomstar said...

Any southerners shouldn't insult each other. Why most will insult each other. North want the old Northern Nigeria to speak as one and remains one but want the southern Nigeria to remain divide, that divide and rule is over because the north benefit more with the division among the southern brothers

tomstar said...

Any southerners shouldn't insult each other. Why most will insult each other. North want the old Northern Nigeria to speak as one and remains one but want the southern Nigeria to remain divide, that divide and rule is over because the north benefit more with the division among the southern brothers

tomstar said...

Any southerners shouldn't insult each other. Why most will insult each other. North want the old Northern Nigeria to speak as one and remains one but want the southern Nigeria to remain divide, that divide and rule is over because the north benefit more with the division among the southern brothers

Anonymous said...

Devil devil devil, shoooooooooooort Devil! May your ambition be as confused as your words!

tsalz said...

True

Anonymous said...

Thought he would had gotten little sense after the Ramadan....

Truthurts said...

This man wey resemble 10kobo.

jay rich said...

The same fool dat was calling for restructuring of d nation is now saying, anyone calling for restructuring is irresponsible, na be say u be irresponsible fool na, this man na mad man

FredLaw said...

A million likes

Gorgeous Eve said...

It seems you're the dumbest. Why then do we have headlines? If headlines don't give you insight into the content, then what does? Headlines tell you what to expect in the body of the article. Olodo!

Anonymous said...

1. the was an excerpt from a long talk 2. he did not say he is against restructuring, rather, he is drawing peoples attention to others who have a different idea about the process. You can do well by making a link to the videos available.
But hey, we are in a gossip column, let's spread gossip!

Apologist Azolike Nonso Afamefuna said...

After changing in 7 years Hell Rufai who's the opportunist now

Anonymous said...

El rufai is nothing but a criminal,when u look at his god father,they behavior alike.I mean (obj).so don't blame him,is like father like son.liar's (animal farm is practical in Nigeria)enough is enough,the prey must be taking from the mouth of the mighty.

Anonymous said...

Beastly utterances of a typical fulani herdsman. Nigerians are wiser.

Ushie Blessing said...

Ok

Anonymous said...

This man is a moral failure.

Esther Ene said...

Hmmm na WA o lol

Bishop Ebube said...

He is a serious confused man
Yeye to the brain

Ceasermua said...

I pity the youth in this country who follow politicians to collect money, rice, sugar, oil and beverages. They will continue to rule is until we made up our mind to change the narrative.

ERIC NESTY IS LIB'S FINEST said...

U neva know till u get there..

ERIC NESTY IS LIB'S FINEST said...

That was when things were better.. But restructuring is really needed right now..

Towncryer said...

#Vote45AndBelowPresident #2019 Let's put our own future in our own hands. Enough of all this evil in white Badoo incarnates.

Emy said...

I really dont blame these 'politicians', i blame the youths of this country. Jst 1 example, I mean, 1 example, in which we show 'all workings'. I bet u, things will change for goods in this country.

The Youths that collects N2k, N5K, or at most N10k/occasionally, have you consider how comfortable u will be if ur children & grand children are happy bcos u can give them the basic needs of life.

Imagine, some youths cant even feed, they rather resort to begin. Haba! for how long?

Anonymous said...

This means he is an opportunist and an irresponsible man

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