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Nigerians React As Jigawa State Governor’s Son Graduates From UK Varsity

Nigerians React As Jigawa State Governor's Son Graduates From UK Varsity

Nigerians on social media have reacted to graduating photos of Mohammed Sani Badaru, son of the Governor of Jigawa State, Abubakar Badaru, from Brunel University in the United Kingdom.

Naija News earlier reports that Mohammed graduated from the institution on Thursday, July 14, 2022.

The graduation was attended by his mother and the First Lady of Jigawa, Hajiya Magajiya Abubakar Badaru and other family members.

Mohammed’s siblings took to Instagram to congratulate him and also share photos from the ceremony.

See photos from the graduation ceremony below;

See how Nigerians reacted below;

@Chizobzy wrote; ”Hope my northern people are seeing this, is high time every citizen in the north understand that other tribe is not their problem. Politicians in all region are same. We the citizens are the ones suffering. Their children school abroad and later use them to rule us. Be wise
Just do it.”

@famonzo01 wrote; ‘‘They still won’t learn. Most of those guys prefer crumbs they get from their elites. It is such a sad situation”

@Friday Okpolokpo wrote; ‘‘It getting to five month student are still at home we’re ASUU strike is still going on what a world and can someone explain the value of Nigeria 🇳🇬 education now we’re government send there children to the foreign world”

@Olayiwola Salahw wrote; ‘‘Hmm…already crashed country. Big wigs children graduates abroad, come to Nigeria for NYSC, become CEO’s of Federal agencies. While ordinary Nigerians are here on twitter celebrating their fathers.”

Pontus Pilate wrote; ”After graduation they’ll return home and take juicy offices while home graduates if any remain in Labour market for 7yrs or more. 25yrs adult still staying with the parent’s.”

ChairmanEdu wrote; ‘‘All their sons and daughter schooling abroad that why day don’t care about our children school over 6month now yet the number one man is saying teachers should go back too class without solving no issues.”

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