- The All Progressives Congress (APC) in llorin West local government area of Kwara has dismissed Senate president Bukola Saraki's recall
- Suleiman Bala, the APC chairman in the area, said those calling for Saraki's recall are unknown to the party members
The All Progressives Congress (APC) in llorin West local government area of Kwara on Sunday, July 16, dissociated itself from those calling for the recall of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, from the Senate.
Suleiman Bala, the APC chairman in the area said the people calling for Saraki's recall are not known by the party, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
Mr Bala who made this known at a special prayer held for Saraki condemned the call for the recall of the Senate president.
He described their action as calculated attempt to delay the steady progress in all facets of development of the country.
“Those calling for the recall of our leader, the Senate President are not known to us; in fact, they are not from Kwara,” he said.
The chairman said the prayer was organised for Saraki to seek God’s continued protection over him and guidance at all times.
The special prayer which was led by the Chief lmam of llorin, Mohammed Bashir, featured recitation of several portions from the Quran
The people in attendance at the special prayer session were APC chieftains from the local government and the state.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that Kwara Youths Stakeholders Forum (KYSF), threatened to initiate a process to recall the Senate resident, Dr Bukola Saraki.
The group made the threat in a statement jointly signed by its leaders, including Mr Charles Olufemi Folayan, president; Ahmed Alanamu, deputy president; and Abolarin Olusola, secretary.
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