Bukola Saraki’s Enslavement Must Be Rejected In Kwara State – Tinubu

Muhammadu Buhari has again reassured Nigerians that his administration will not condone those who break the law. The president also spoke on the country’s looters saying all the stolen loot recovered will be reinvested into the infrastructural development of Nigeria.In his words; “We are going to continue to take those who abuse trust before the law; collect what they have stolen and reinvest them in infrastructure. “I assure you that the undertaking we made in 2015 in the three major issues All Progressives Congress (APC) believes in (security, economy and fight against corruption), we have not failed. “Wherever I go I repeat myself on these issues so as to remind you where this country was before we came in, where we are in now and what we are able to do with the resources that are at our disposal. The people of the North east as far as security is concerned, are our major witnesses of our performance. “On the economy, we thank God the three previous rainy seasons were good. We made fertilizers available and reduce the prices it used to be. People are now back to the farms and nobody regretted it. We are able to ensure food security and people are living respectable lives; in fighting corruption, we are not going to give up.” Former Lagos state governor Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has said the same about the people in Kwara state saying they have continued to live in bondage created by Bukola Saraki. This is celebration of Kwara state’s freedom. It’s being long they have been swindling your collective patrimony. And Bukola Saraki is being that. We are not here for conspiracy. We are not here to quarrel with the Saraki dynasty as Gbemisola Saraki is with us. “She is a scion of the Sarakis. We are here to reject over lordship. We are here to say no to Bukola’s enslavement. He is a betrayal. We are chastising Bukola Saraki. This is the celebration of the fall of Berlin Wall. This is the celebration of the end to oligarchy; the emperor that has been existing for years.”Photo Credit: Getty


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