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El Rufai on Last-minute Rampage, Vows to Demolish Buildings and Sack People till Last Day in Office

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KADUNA, Nigeria — Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State declared his unwavering commitment on Saturday, May 20, 2023, to relentlessly root out poorly performing employees and tear down unlawful structures, a mission he plans to carry out until his very last day in office.

El-Rufai delivered this resolute message during a book launch in Kaduna, asserting his determination to cleanse the state of unproductive elements and unlawful constructions.

“Any bad thing we find, we will remove it so that the next governor does not need to do it again,” El-Rufai stated.

“Watch out till the eleventh hour when we shall quit office, we will continue to sack bad persons and remove bad things.”

The governor’s aggressive stance is viewed as part of his larger commitment to upholding performance standards and legality in the state.

By clearing away these problematic elements, he seeks to ensure that his successor can focus on developmental projects that serve the broader interests of the Kaduna State population.

El-Rufai’s remarks drew praise from Nyesom Wike, the governor of Rivers State, who lauded him as a bold and forthright leader who is unafraid to confront difficult issues head-on.

“El-Rufai is a fearless and outspoken politician that speaks truth to power and says it as it is,” Wike commented.

The determined stance of El-Rufai, and the support expressed by his colleague, illustrates the growing resolve among Nigeria’s leadership to enforce performance and legality as key pillars of public service, setting the stage for a potential transformation in Nigeria’s political and administrative landscape.

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