Governor El- Rufai portrait sold for N2million

Governor El- Rufai portrait sold for N2million

- A portrait of Governor El Rufai has been sold for two million naira

- Adebayo Seun, a 200 level fine arts student of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria painted it in two minutes

- The portrait, painted during Kaduna Emerging Young Leaders Summit held in Kaduna was bought by House of Reps member, Mohammed Mamadi

Mr Adebayo Seun, a 200 level fine arts student of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, on Saturday, September 5, sold a portrait of Gov. Nasir El-Rufa’i of Kaduna state, which he painted in two minutes for N2million.

The portrait, painted during Kaduna Emerging Young Leaders Summit held in Kaduna, was bought through an auction within five minutes by Rep. Mohammed Mamadi (APC-Igabi).

Adebayo Seun, a 200 level Fine Arts student of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria painted it in two minutes. Credit NAN

Adebayo Seun, a 200 level Fine Arts student of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria painted it in two minutes. Credit NAN
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Seun told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that he has never made this much from a painting.

“The highest I ever made was N500, 000. I really thanked the organisers of the event for this life changing opportunity. I am so happy and feel so encouraged,’’ he said.

Another artist, Abubakar Umar did a pencil drawing of the governor.

The portrait, painted during Kaduna Emerging Young Leaders Summit held in Kaduna was bought by House of Reps member, Mohammed Mamadi. Credit: NAN

The portrait, painted during Kaduna Emerging Young Leaders Summit held in Kaduna was bought by House of Reps member, Mohammed Mamadi. Credit: NAN
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NAN reports that the summit was organised by the state government to break the barriers to youth leadership in the state.

Muhammad Abdullahi, commissioner, planning and budget commission, said at the opening of the summit in Kaduna that the gathering provided an avenue for the youth to discuss challenges and chart a course for a better tomorrow.

“The summit was organised to bring youth, young professionals and emerging leaders together to discuss societal issues with a view to bring positive change in their communities.

`It is geared towards giving youth a platform to hear, learn, engage and collaborate with young professionals on academic, decision making, and advocacy for societal change and development,’’ he said.

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Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna state said he did not have up to N20m in his bank account to purchase the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship nomination form which costs N22.5m.

The governor made the statement on Monday, September 10, when some groups in Kaduna purchased the expression of interest and nomination form of the APC for the governor.

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