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‘Support Saraki 2023 Presidential Ambition’

  1. Some members of Emirate Elders Observer Movement in a group photograph after the prayer.

The Chairman of Emirate Elders Observer Movement, Alhaji Isiaka Hassan has appealed to all Nigerians to rally round support for the former Senate President of Nigeria, Senator Abubakar Bukola Saraki Presidential Ambition in 2023 general elections.


The chairman made the appeal during a special prayer held in honour of the former senate President at movement Chairman’s residence, Alagbede’s Compound Oke-Kura Ilorin on Wednesday.


Also speaking after the prayer, the Secretary of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Ilorin West Local Government, Mallam Abdulkadir Issa charged the members to be proactive in recruiting more members for the progress of the party.


He said PDP have becomes a party for the youth in the country as more people have realised their mistake by voted for wrong party in 2015, adding that the party manifestos have clearly shows interest on women and youth development.


In her speech at the prayer, Mrs. Bimbola Lawal (J.P), described the leader of the party as a good listener who listining to all complainant of lesspriviled ones in the society.


He lamented that some political elders blocking all accessibility to the leader for their selfish interest, opmistic that if all blocking forces were removed, the chances of winning 2023 elections would be bright.


Earlier in his good will messages, the chairman of press committee, Alhaji Abdulraheem Abdulrahman, enjoined all members to work asidiously for all candidates of PDP to clear all seats during the 2023 elections.
.He however, prayed for Bukola Saraki’s success come 2023 general elections, appealing to all Nigerians to rally round support for him for the actualization of his dream.

The prayer was well attended by the members from Asa, Ilorin West, Ilorin East, Ilorin South and Moro local government of Kwara State.

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