Hours after the collation of the results for the House of Representatives seat for Kaduna North federal constituency, Bello El-Rufai was declared winner under the umbrella of the All Progressive Congress (APC).
According to Channels TV, it was reported that Bello Elrufa’i scored a total of 51,052 to defeat the PDP candidate who pulled 34,808 votes, while the candidate of the NNPP, Aliyu Ahmad and Labour party, Shehu Feisal scored 10, 148 votes and 7,531 votes respectively.
Reacting to his photo shared online by Channels TV, a Twitter user tweeted, "And you think you are the leader of tomorrow, El-Rufai’s son is the leader of tomorrow."
However, some other Twitter users have taken to their respective accounts to react to his picture that surfaced online. Here are some of the screenshots of the reactions.
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Source: Channels TV
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