Nigeria’s Minister of State for Transportation, Gebemisola Ruqayyah Saraki has vented anger to the Governor of Kwara state, Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq over the continued destruction of properties named after her late father, Olusola Saraki.
Gbemi’s anger oozed out Tuesday after Governor Abdulrazaq approved the demolition of a library named after the elder Saraki continuing the wave of ‘O to ge’ (It’s enough) which was a slogan that ended the domination of the Saraki family on Kwara State.
She wrote on social media; “Yet again, today we find that the Governor of Kwara State’s focus is not on building up Kwara, but on demolishing buildings which were owned or named after my late father the Waziri of Ilorin.”
“No matter how many structures are demolished Baba Saraki’s legacy can never be destroyed, because it lives in the hearts and minds of the great people of Kwara.”
In same line, her older brother and former Senate President, Bukola Saraki condemned the move. He wrote on Social media; “I just got the news that the major official assignment carried out by the Governor of my state, Kwara, today, is the demolition of an old public library named after my late dad, Dr. Olusola Saraki.”
“May Almighty Allah continue to retain a place for Oloye in Aljannah Firdaus.”