El-Rufai’s Son Mocks Tinubu’s Government, Says Officials Are ‘Jittery’ Ahead of 2027 Elections


Bashir, the son of former Kaduna state governor Nasir El-Rufai, has mocked the Bola Tinubu-led government, adding that the administration’s officials are ‘jittery’ ahead of the 2027 general elections.

El-Rufai has been meeting some prominent northern politicians in the last few weeks, prompting rumours of the north plotting against the Tinubu-led government.

Shehu Sani, a former senator had also accused the northern politicians of ganging up against Tinubu ahead of 2027.

Sani, a Peoples Democratic Party chieftain, went ahead to write on social media, pleading with the north to allow Tinubu to complete eight years in office.

Reacting to the post on X, Bashir wrote: “Lmao. They are getting jittery & sending the wrongest person from the North to advocate for their propaganda, with absolutely no electoral value to his name but his old glory days of supposedly fighting for democracy & being locked in prison like he was Mandela.”

Sani recently spoke at an event organised by the Tinubu government to mark Democracy Day. He praised President Tinubu describing him as the ”father of protests” during the military era.

Sani, a former huma rights activist, joins a long list of former PDP chieftains who have been speaking in favour of the Tinubu-led government after the 2023 general elections.

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They include former spokespersons for Atiku Abubakar, the PDP presidential candidate in the elections; Reno Omokri and Daniel Bwala. Ex-senator Ben Murray-Bruce has also been supporting the incumbent government.

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