As Nigerian University education is bedeviled with frequent strikes, many Nigerian rich politicians send their children to study abroad.
This week, two prominent Nigerian politicians celebrated the graduation of their children from United Kingdom Universities.
The first person is a serving governor in the north. The Punch reported that Muhammad Umar, the youngest son of the Kano State governor, Abdullahi Ganduje graduated from Regent's University, London recently.
He was reported have graduated with a degree in Global Management (Enterprise and Innovation).
Credit: Facebook | Abubakar Aminu Ibrahim
The second politician is the former Senator and two-time governmor of Kwara State, Senator Bukola Saraki. Saraki took to his Facebook page on Tuesday to celebrate his daughter's graduation from London School of Economics, LSE.
While congratulating her, Saraki said he remembered her first day of school, when she began at the nursery in St. Mary's School, Agba Dam, Ilorin. He said as a young woman, she had made her mother and himself extremely proud as a Graduate of International Relations from LSE.
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