Gbemi Saraki Reacts As APC Govt Demolishes Father's Property


MINISTER of Transportation (state), Senator Gbemisola Saraki has frowned at the demolition of her father’s ancestral political home better known as ‘Ile Arúgbó’ in Ilorin, Kwara State.

Saraki made this known in a statement shortly after the building was demolished early Thursday by the state government after security operatives dispersed protesters, including aged women within the complex.

Reacting in th statement issued by her special assistant, Titilope Anifowoshe, the minister renamed her movement to ‘GRS-OLOYE’ in perceived solidarity with the Saraki family.

“So many things have happened this year, in fact, right up to the very dying hours of the year, but we will continue to take brave and faithful steps.

“We will continue to walk in the alight even though we have no idea what will happen next, though we are comforted, encouraged and reassured with this: ‘But they plan and Allah plans and Allah is the best of planners’.

“So GRS Family, we are going to be known NOW as GRS-OLOYE Movement.

“We have a history and we are proud of that history. May Allah forgive the sins of ALL our dearly departed and may He make us worthy representatives of all that they stood for,” the statement reads in part.

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