‘You Are Incompetent’ — Bashir El-Rufai Fires Back At Gov Uba For Exposing $587 Million Debt Left By His Father

Adoga Stephen By Adoga Stephen - Editor-In-Chief
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Bashir, the son of the former governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El-Rufai, has claimed that the current governor, Uba Sani, has moved to Abuja and is neglecting his official duties.

Governor Sani had previously stated that he inherited a large debt of $587 million, N85 billion, and 115 contractual obligations from the El-Rufai administration, which has made it challenging to pay workers’ salaries.

In response, Bashir criticized Governor Sani for not being present in the state and instead spending most of his time in Abuja.

He also accused Governor Sani of surrounding himself with incompetent aides chosen for political reasons.

Bashir believes that the Uba Sani administration is trying to shift blame by highlighting the debt burden inherited from the previous administration.

Bashir accused Governor Sani and his team of being incompetent, inflating contracts, and speculating on Forex.

The young El-Rufai questioned why they were using debt burden as an excuse for their lackluster performance.

“These guys have realised that they are wholly incompetent and the only way to mask the nonsense is to deflect. From a Governor that is always sleeping in Abuja to a litany of incompetent aides that were only rewarded for foolish political reasons,” he wrote.

Asked about the debt profile of the State, he responded: “FYI: He was the Senator from Kaduna who lobbied & approved the loans.”

He added: “One would think that from all the FAAC allocations these unserious clowns have changed to dollars, debt would be the least of their problems.

“The current administration in Kaduna is building a banquet hall for 7BN naira and is lamenting about debt left by the previous administration.”

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By Adoga Stephen Editor-In-Chief
Stephen studied Mass Communication at the Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu (now Lagos State University of Science and Technology), where he acquired requisite training for the practice of journalism. He loves the media, and his interest mostly lies in print medium, where his creative writing skill makes him a perfect fit.