2027: Nobody is Too Big to Be Voted Out - El-Rufai Sends Veil Warning To Tinubu

2027: Nobody is Too Big to Be Voted Out – El-Rufai Sends Veil Warning To Tinubu

by Victor Ndubuisi

Chief Bola Ahmed Tinubu has received a mysterious message from Bashir El-Rufai, the son of former Kaduna State governor Nasir El-Rufai, about his possible 2027 reelection campaign.

Bashir underlined that nobody is too important to be voted out of office in a post on his X handle on Wednesday, cautioning that it can occur with no consequences. He asked the populace to exercise patience and ignore the continuous intimidation.

When Bashir said that even global financial organisations like the IMF and the World Bank wouldn’t be able to save the “people” when the time came, it seemed as though he was addressing Tinubu.

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Additionally, he disregarded Tinubu’s standing as a political strategist—a word that was frequently employed during the 2023 presidential campaign.


This declaration comes in response to claims that Bashir’s father, Nasir El-Rufai, misappropriated public monies while serving as governor of Kaduna State.

He articulated, “Nobody is too big to be elected out of office by the people. It will happen & wallahi nothing will happen. So forget all these intimidations flying up and down. Let us be patient.

“Even IMF & World Bank no go save una that time. Political strategist una. That one na for Lagos.”

In a follow-up to his previous post, Bashir reiterated that he made no mention of names, solidifying his position that no one can compel him to endorse the complete failure of government masked as risky, pointless ethnocentric political manoeuvring.

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“I didn’t call names o, but due to their guilt, they already know who is being spoken about. Wallahi, none of you will force anyone to support this utter failure of governance disguised as useless, dangerous ethnocentric political strategy,” he added.



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