Recall that the Kaduna State Urban Planning and Development Authority (KASUPDA) recently demolished a hotel allegedly for being the proposed venue of a sex party advertised on social media.
Defending its action, the agency revealed that Governor El-Rufai ordered the immediate arrest of the organisers of the party, and the collapse of the building was meant to be a deterrent to others.
The agency added that the advertisement of the sex party showed a very high level of immorality which is against the country’s socio-cultural, religious, and traditional values.
The agency wrote, “This act of immorality is partly the reason why we are bedeviled with security challenges in our dear state.”
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Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai (born 16 February 1960) is a Nigerian politician who is the Governor of Kaduna State, in office since 2015. He was previously the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory from 2003 to 2007; and the director of the Bureau of Public Enterprises. He is a founding member of the ruling All Progressives Congress.
Nasir Ahmad el-Rufai was born on February 16, 1960 to a Fulani family in Daudawa. His father died while he was 8 years old, and he was sponsored through his early schooling by an uncle in Kaduna. El-Rufai is married to three wives, his first wife Hadiza Isma El-Rufai is a writer and novelist; together, they run the Yasmin El-Rufai Foundation (YELF), set up in honour of their daughter who died in 2011.
El-Rufai was educated in Barewa College. As a junior at the college, President Umaru Yar’Adua was the house captain of his dormitory. In 1976, he graduated at the top of his class, winning the “Barewa Old Boys’ Association Academic Achievement” Trophy. El-Rufai attended Ahmadu Bello University in Zaria, where he received a bachelor’s degree in quantity surveying with first class honours.
On March 28 2020, El-Rufai tested positive for COVID-19, following contact with an index case. He has placed a curfew in Kaduna State and restricted movement, to prevent the spread of the virus.