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2019: Kwara youths organise mass rally for Saraki

A Kwara-based group is mobilising youths to a Mass Rally in solidarity with the presidential ambition of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki on Saturday, September 15, 2018.

Speaking to newsmen on Wednesday in Ilorin, the Convener of the forum, Mr Abdulmajeed Olanrewaju Oba, said the March became necessary owing to the immense contributions to the state when Saraki was governor of the state and senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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Mr Olanrewaju Oba said: “It is going to be an unprecedented gathering for the celebration of Senator Bukola Saraki’s years of enviable leadership when we host the one-million-mass march around the state.

“The proposed March which will commence by 7:00am of September 15, 2018 at Ibrahim Taiwo Junction, just in front of Mr Biggs, in Ilorin, Kwara state.

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“We recommend a dress code of Black Jeans and no specific colour of T-shirt to commemorate the occasion.”

“We are thrilled by the prospect of having a leader like Senate President, Bukola Saraki as Nigeria’s President. He has all the qualities and we had thought having him will be something to be proud of. We know that with him Nigeria has a great future,” Mr. Olanrewaju Oba emphasized.

While encouraging other Nigerian politicians to emulate the leadership style of the Senate President, the convener said Kwara youths are strongly behind his ideas and ideals.


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