Governor el Rufai weeps in public as he meets kid who eyes were plucked by ritualists

Governor el Rufai weeps in public as he meets kid who eyes were plucked by ritualists

- Kaduna state governor shed tears as he met five-year-old Sàdiq Usman whose two eyes were plucked by suspected ritualists

- The little boy was attacked in Zaria in 2016

- Sadiq has been enrolled at the Ango Abdullahi International School where Airtel provided special equipment for his training

Governor el Rufai of Kaduna state on Wednesday, September 27, broke down in tears after meeting five-year-old Sàdiq Usman whose two eyes were plucked by suspected ritualists in Zaria some time last year.

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The governor met Sadiq at the commissioning of the Yahaya Hamza primary School in Zaria.

Kaduna state governor shed tears as he met five-year-old Sàdiq Usman whose two eyes were plucked by suspected ritualists. Photo credit: Twitter, Governor Kaduna

Kaduna state governor shed tears as he met five-year-old Sàdiq Usman whose two eyes were plucked by suspected ritualists. Photo credit: Twitter, Governor Kaduna

The primary school was refurbished by Airtel Nigeria.

Sadiq has been enrolled at the Ango Abdullahi International School where Airtel provided special equipment for his training.

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Governor El Rufai who was moved by the sight of the little Sadiq brought out a handkerchief to wipe his tears as he held the little boy on his laps.

The governor of Kaduna state governor Nasir El-Rufai said that those calling for the restructuring of Nigeria are political opportunists and irresponsible.

While speaking on Sunrise Daily, a Channels Television programme, El-Rufai said the President Muhammadu Buhari's administration in two years have done better than the past administration.

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