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In a press statement issued in Ilorin on Friday, by its chairman, Adekunle Bakare, the group also described the statement issued by another Kwara-based group, Kwara Must Change, which criticized the former Senate President, Bukola Saraki, for the suspension of two senators during his tenure as either “a clear case of intentional insincerity or conscientious ignorance.”

As much as this sounds very petty, very insignificant and at best diversionary, the instigator, from all intent and purposes, is the government, led by AbdulRahman AbduRazaq, the governor. The question people ask is: what is the motive in this policy from AbdulRazaq as he deliberately pollutes the peace of a people who had worn their religious identities inside their souls, rather than on their lapels, for ages?

The Ilorin Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission had on January 18 arraigned Oluwasegun on a one-count charge bordering on stealing.

The Foundation also took exception to the subsequent politicisation of the dastardly acts of lawlessness by a section of the elites and sued for peace to allow for the much needed development in the State.