Nasiru (AKA Horse) Abubakar Musa

Profile Updated: August 2, 2018
Residing In: kaduna Nigeria
Occupation: Business
Spouse/Partner: Hauwa
Children: Fatima,born 2002; Attahire,born 2004; Maryam,born 2006, Rukayya born 2012
School Story:

While in KC, I was very good in sports. My best performance in Ikoyi run was 5th position. There was a time I fainted in the course of Ikoyi run. I was a member of the KC team in athletics. We represented the school in invitational inter-house sports. Because of my outstanding speed, I was nick-named SIR HORSE by my class mates.
I was also the deputy commandant of the King's College Cadet Unit. On the 14th November, 1986 I got a prize for services to college life during the speech and prize giving day for re-organizing the cadet unit and bringing it up to standard in line with best practices as obtained in military institutions. In form 1, there was a time, I saw a very small boy thinking all along he was my classmate. His name was Oshidehin (Harmans House). He called me, "Hey you come here", but I refused to come. He then mobilised his classmates who were all in form 4, and i got the beating of my life on that day. I would never forget this day.

What have you been up to since you graduated?

After KC, I attended ABU, Zaria, where i studied Accounting graduating with a Diploma in 1990. I then moved to the University of Jos where I also studied Accounting and graduated with a B.Sc Degree in 1995. I proceeded to complete the Youth Service (NYSC) in Lagos at NNPC. I then moved on to Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria graduating in 2002 with a masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA) Specialising in Marketing.
I worked briefly with Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) and Kaduna Electricity Distribution Company. I briefly went into the family Agricultural business. Presently, Am the Director of Finance and Accounts of National Personal Assets Acquisition Scheme (NAPAAS), a scheme for retired ex-servicemen in collaboration with Philips Consulting Ltd (Our project consultants), where is a public private partnership (PPP). I got married in 2001 and am blessed with four beautiful girls.

Day or Boarder

Boarder

University or other institution attended:

A.B.U ZARIA, UNIVERSITY OF JOS

Course of Study at University/College:

ACCOUNTING/MARKETING

Favorite Teacher at Kings College? Why?

MR. OJIKUTU (OJIKS) Brilliant and confident, who taught economics with ease.

What as your proudest moment at Kings College Lagos?

WHEN I RECEIVED A PRIZE AT THE SPEECH DAY FOR SERVICES TO COLLEGE LIFE AS THE DEPUTY COMMANDANT OF THE KC CADET UNIT IN 1986 AND ALSO WHEN I WAS MADE A PREFECT THE FOLLOWING YEAR.

Which Fellow student inspired you the most at Kings College? Did that Change? If so why?

PREFECT FAGA SCHOOL FATHER. HE HAD EXCEPTIONAL LEADERSHIP QUALITIES.

Societies you belonged to in Kings College?

KING'S COLLEGE CADET UNIT

Which House were you in?

HARMANS

Class Arm:

C

What was your intended profession at the time of graduation from King's College? Did that change? If so, why?

ACCOUNTING

What did attending King's College teach you about yourself and life in general?

PERSONAL INTEGRITY, HARDWORK DISCIPLINE AND COMMITMENT IN EVERYTHING YOU DO.

On a personal level, if you could change one things about your tenure at King's College, what would that be?

BEING A MORE DILIGENT STUDENT

What is your level of satisfaction with what you have been able to give back to the School subsequent to graduating?

NOT SATISFIED, HOPING TO DO MORE FOR MY SCHOOL

What key change would you like to see implemented concerning King's College (e.g. facilities, KCOBA) as it currently exist?

CHANGE OF INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES IN KC

Best Position achieved at Ikoyi Run:

5TH

Current Industry of Endeavor:

ACCOUNTING/BUSINESS

Are you on the KC82-88 WhatsApp distribution

No

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