The executive governor of Kaduna state, in person of His Excellency Malam Nasir Ahmad Elrufai has caused mixed reactions on some social platforms across the country after he squat down to greet the newly appointed emir of Zazzau, His Royal Highness Ambassador Nuhu Bamali in Zaria local government area of Kaduna state.
Elrufai was in Zaria local government area to meet with the emir and interact with some key decision makers in the area as he inspected the various developmental projects being constructed in the area. Elrufai has shown the utmost level of respect by squatting to greet the royal emir at his palace in Zazzau.
If you can vividly remember, Governor Nasir Ahmad Elrufai was the same person that appointed the emir of Zazzau after the death of the former emir. The executive governor also attended the turbaning ceremony of the traditional ruler.
Indeed, giving respect to our traditional rulers is of great importance. This shows the modesty, decency and simplicity of the executive governor of Kaduna state, Malam Nasir Elrufai.
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