JUST IN: THE STORY OF Prof. ZULUM, GOVERNOR OF BORNO STATE (must read).





HERE'S THE STORY OF GOVR. PROF BABAGANA UMARA ZULUM MNI.


From a very humble background, he trekked 7km daily to school in Nada, in Borno State and covered same distance to help his father, a peasant farmers of his farm.

He paid his secondary education and National diploma (ND).Were self sponsored. He attended Unimaid B.Agric as commercial taxi and farm produce driver, still couldn't afford hostel accommodation.


Prof zulum mni extended his commercial driving trade to Lagos, precisely at Alaba-Rago to raised his tuition fees for Msc program, 3weeks after Resumption. He returned to Maiduguri for his PHD program, move through the ranks until his appointment as professor in 2014.


Zulum have more than enough family challenges that he couldn't afford to build a house of his own but lived in rented apartments until recently. He Retuned to his rickety car after office as provost, Ramat Poly Maiduguri. 

In 2015, Zulum was appointed pioneer commissioner for reconstruction, Rehabilitation and resettlement by shettima, who told a gathering in Maiduguri last week that one of his attraction to Zulum was the Fact that despite being in control of billions of naira for reconstruction of thousand of homes, School and Hospitals.

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  (HE) neither bought a personal house nor a personal car for him self. 

He also came under attack from Boko Haram twice, but didn't stop in his effort to rebuild Substantial part of Borno. The state and the party got him a house and car after he emerged as party flag bearer of APC, and this humble and very trustworthy, Prof nothing has changed "all officers are temporal as days of Democratic office  are numbered before emergence. Why The accesses"

May Allah keeps his infinity protection and guide you through. 
Nigerians most be glad to have someone like you as president one day by God grace.
Your son here is Proud to have you as  humanitarian leader today.

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