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Nigerian Politician and Entrepreneur Abubakar Bukola Saraki popularly known as Bukola Saraki was born in Kwara State December 19, 1962.
Bukola Saraki Net Worth 2018/2019: Forbes listed Bukola Saraki as at 2018, as one of the richest senator in The Federal Rebuplic of Nigera whose net worth is $12 million USD (2018).
He was born into the family of Senator Olusola Saraki (Father). His Father was one time a Senator in The Federal Rebuplic of Nigeria and his mother Florence Morenike Saraki.
Senator Saraki born and brought up in Kwara State, He was also the president of the Nigeria’s senate since 2015 and he was previously the Governor of Kwara State from 2003 to 2011.
Education : He attended King’s college, Lagos from 1973 to 1978 and Cottenham college in the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1981 and then studied at the London Hospital Medical College of the University of London from 1982 to 1987, when he obtained his M.B.B.S
Currently he is a member of the All Progressive Congress, Previously he is a member of the People’s Democratic Party. He was sworn as the Governor of Kwara State in 2003 and he run the post till 2011, He won on the Platform of People’s Democratic Party.
As the Governor of Kwara State, He was one of the most influential politician, he led reforms in agriculture, health, education, finance and environment policy.
Achievements : One of his greatest achievement is that he brought in farmers from Zimbabwe down to Kwara State and gave them opportunity to start a farming business in Kwara, This led to the establishment of Shonga Farms programme, which is now being replicated across Nigeria. His charisma among his fellow governors got him appointed chairman of the Nigeria Governors’ forum.
After his re-election in the 2015 general elections, Saraki was on 9 June 2015 elected unopposed as President of the Senate by an across the party alliance comprising PDP and APC Senators.