2023: Saraki, Ambassador, Yaman, Audu Endorsed Kwara For Kwara - 9japarrot

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Thursday, 13 January 2022

2023: Saraki, Ambassador, Yaman, Audu Endorsed Kwara For Kwara




The Kwara for Kwara movement, a political renaissance group in Kwara state has parlayed the Minister for Transportation (State), Sen. Ruqqayat Gbemisola Saraki, Amb. Mohammed Bello Abioye, Nigeria’s High Commissioner of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to Pakistan, Alhaji Abdullahi Shuiab Yahman, Commissioner Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission, and AbdulKadir Audu Tajudeen (Makama Lafiagi).

The Kwara for Kwara delegation led by the group’s Convener, Alh. Ishola Moshood and the Chairman Consultative committee Issa Mutolib Ayobami, also comprised of Abdulrasheed Akogun, Ibrahim Sheriff (Gold), Benjamin Adekunle, Umar Farouq Almajiri, Hawau Kulu, among others.




The delegation which met separately with the party stakeholders in Abuja, enjoined all political stakeholders to close ranks, harmonize thoughts and foster a united front towards ensuring true liberation of the State.  

Responding to the admonition of the delegation, Sen. Gbemisola Saraki commended the group for filling the vacuum created by the internecine crisis in the party, stressing that the next general elections in Kwara must be tackled ideologically, with clear cut directions and all aspirants and stakeholders alike interfacing and signing pact with the electorates.


Speaking in the same vein, Alh. Shuaib Yaman expressed optimism that with the zeal and passion of the Kwara for the Kwara team, he is rest assured that truly, the party and the entirety of Kwarans are ready to reset the State ideologically, devoid of hatred, sentiments, and inanities.

On All. Abdulkadir Audu Tajudeen (Makama Lafiagi)’s part, he beseeched the delegation to take charge of the process, stressing that no desired progressive change can be actualized without the youths taking the wheels.

Amb. Abioye while commending the team for choosing to not only stand for the truth but openly identify with the struggle, not minding the disappointments that trailed the post-Otoge era, after winning the 2019 elections landslide.

He however charged the delegation to preach patience and cohesion within the structure, stressing that the next couple of weeks will show clearer direction.

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