Shun advances from seasonal politicians, Saraki’s legislative aides charged


By Adebayo Olodan

Assistant Legislative Aides to the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, have been urged to provide progressive leadership at their various wards across the Kwara Central Senatorial District.

The Director-General of the ABS Mandate Constituency, Alhaji Musa Abdullahi gave the charge in Ilorin on Tuesday during a press briefing organised by the Legislative Aides to appreciate Saraki for deeming them fit for the appointments.

Abdullahi, who was represented by Alhaji Biodun Baraje, the Special Assistant on Legislative Aides to the Senate President, said he is delighted that the appointees have continued to preach what Saraki stands for in their respective wards by improving the welfare of the people.

In his remarks, the Director of Media and Publicity, Alhaji Abdullahi Oganija urged the legislative aides to resist the advances of the opposition parties in the state.

He said, “There is information going round that some members of the opposition party are trying to lure some of you based on your performance since you became legislative aides to the Senate President.

I want to implore you to shun them because those people are seasonal politicians, who only come around before election only to disappear after the polls.”

Earlier, the Chairman of the Forum of Assistant Legislative Aides, Mallam Ibrahim Ridwanullahi appreciated the Senate President for the appointment amidst millions of politicians in the Saraki dynasty.

While enumerating the numerous projects of Saraki in Kwara Central which cut across education, health, rural electrification, road construction, capacity building, religion and water project, Ibrahim, urged the people of the state to provide unyielding support to the Senate President.

“Saraki is not a fair-weather politician or a leader who only rubs the back of his people during elections alone.

“He should also not be seen as a threat or a trigger of underdevelopment to Kwara State but an icon of socio-economic development and humanitarian services.”

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