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Bob Marley, the legendary musician, once sang, ‘Some will eat and drink with you. Then behind them su-su ‘pon you. Some will hate you, pretend they love you now. Then behind they try to eliminate you.’
These lyrics perfectly capture the essence of betrayal, a painful experience that can occur in both business and politics.
Nasir El-Rufai recently shared his love for a Bob Marley song that speaks about betrayal, following his withdrawal from a ministerial position due to attacks from Nuhu Ribadu and his political protege Uba Sani.
El-Rufai, known for his social media presence, often uses proverbial quips to take jibes at his political detractors.
While he did not explicitly mention anyone in his tweet, it seemed to strike a personal chord with his successor Uba Sani, who had opposed El-Rufai’s choice for a replacement minister from Kaduna.
The situation remains unresolved as Jafaru Sani, El-Rufai’s preferred candidate, has yet to be accepted by Tinubu.
El-Rufai has not commented on whether his tweet was directed at Uba Sani.
This article was updated 1 month ago