Former senate president, Dr. Bukola Saraki and Minister of state for Transportation, Gbemisola Saraki have condemned the governor of Kwara state, Abdurahman Abdurasaq for demolishing a public library named after their father, Chief Olusola Saraki.
Both in separate press statements expressed displeasure at the attempt by Abdulrasaq to obliterate whatever remains of the legacy of their late father.
It will be recalled that the governor had earlier demolished a building where the late Saraki normally used as a base to fete the old and less privileged in the state called ‘Ile-Arugbo’, which has also been taken over for the same gesture by Bukola.
Gbemisola Saraki later today writing on her Facebook page has remarked thus:
“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.
“May Allah continue to guide and protect us all.