Some days ago, Honourable Nimota Oba Suleiman launched a political group named “Good Legacy Never Die” at her residence in Adewole, Ilorin in commemoration of Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki’s dynasty, as well as to support all People Democratic Party (PDP) candidates across the Nation especially Kwara State to be precise.
Opening prayer was done by one of the ward coordinators, Mallam Umar Sulaiman, and Alhaji Tunde Idiagbon welcomed all dignitaries and coordinators to the launching of “Good Legacy Never Die”.
The group was founded by Honourable Nimota Oba Suleiman, a former Kwara State Commissioner and House of Representative with the sole aim of pervading the good legacy of Late Olusola Saraki and his son, the former Senate President, Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki in Kwara State and Nigeria at large.
While addressing the present Local Governments, zonal coordinators and other great politicians, Hon Nimota Oba Suleiman praised the leadership of Late Olusola Saraki’s outstanding works done in Kwara State, added that he is a philanthropist blessed with forby quality and used the opportunity in his hand to uplift less privileges across the 16 local governments of Kwara State.
She further said in her statement that the past administration is incomparable with the incumbent one in terms of reliable project execution, infrastructure and protection of people’s lives and properties unlike now that our lives and properties are at stake in Kwara State and even Nigeria at large.
“We shouldn’t put ourselves in the hands of liars and unfaithful leaders who care nothing about us because Kwara State of yesterday is better than today,” she said.
She, therefore, charged all attendees coordinators to start in-house mobilising, canvassing, and assiduous working for the success of Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki in the forthcoming 2023 General election in Kwara State.
However, Mallam Olushola Rasheed appreciated the coming of all coordinators, wished them safe return to their various destinations and prayed may victory be ours in the 2023 general election.