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Is Kwara A State Of Monarchy?

I dont understand if the state is being ruled by a king and passed on to future generations or still operating a very strong CABAL. i dont want to believe Saraki's duaghter will go for governorship come 2011 and ofcourse WIN.

kwarains when are you going to stand up against this CABAL?

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While you're busy lamenting on NL here, Saraki is busy feeding the Iya Mulikas in Ilorin and paying Baba Rasidi's hospital's bills.

thank God u said feeding the iya mulikas with amala n ewedu n payin baba rasidi hospital bills with peanuts dey received from other country using them as baits. aw many of them r literates enof to no dir right all cos of dis friday chop chop. i gues u can sell ur vote given amala, lol.

its jst a case of havin d CABAL dictate to them who to vote n d successful leader doin his binding wen they get there or else, ?wonder y its d kids for d governorship nw?guess not rite

we av bin dre n we no wat it is in dis country.

if we cld just have pple wit open minds, not pple tinkin dat amala=votes.

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I assume they are from that part of Nigeria and I can really feel their pains.

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But wait, is it a coincidence that most of the contributors are new, one-digit posters? Or is something going on here?

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While you're busy lamenting on NL here, Saraki is busy feeding the Iya Mulikas in Ilorin and paying Baba Rasidi's hospital's bills.

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The truth is that the Saraki family are enjoying the benefit of foresight, vision, hardwork, commitment and perseverance. The existence of strong, political, business, academic families etc is not unusual in the world. It beats me when people talk as if it is unfair that the Sarakis are politically powerful when so many of them have refused to engage in politicking, or with the populace. Very few of the people in the opposition do not even have the political track record of the Saraki family. Anyone who wants the same level of political success, should go and create his or her own history - endure political defeat, imprisonment., and setbacks the way Dr. Saraki has. Instead of criticizing blindly, people should be looking closer at why Dr. Saraki has been so dominant, and seeing what lessons they can take away from his life.

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There is no secret to the political dominance of the Saraki family. the truth is that no one in Kwara State has worked harder, longer, and more consistently than Dr. Olusola Saraki in the field of politics. Naturally success attends effort and application. The lesson that a lot of people have refused to learn from Dr. Olusola Saraki is that of persistence. Few people had the courage or vision to pursue a political career in Kwara State the way he has. It is unrealistic for people to expect to have his level of influence without making the same level of sacrifice that he has. When he lost his first election in the 70s, he still persevered. When he was incarcerated by the Buhari-Idiagbon regime in the 80s how many people shared that experience with him. The emergence of Dr. Bukola Saraki as governor of Kwara state is not unusual. To give an example, even George Bush Sr. had two children as governors at one time in the US, and one of them George W Bush went on to become president.

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It is not unusual to find strong political families all over the world. These are families, which have devoted themselves to the political enterprise, you could mention the Kennedy family in America, the Ghandi family in India, the Bhutto family in Pakistan, the Bush family in America, the Gore family in America. There are few people in Kwara State, who have devoted themselves to politics in the manner that the Saraki family has. Naturally, a man will excel at what he commits himself to, be it business, academics, and in this instance politics. The secret to the dominance of the Saraki family is commitment and perseverance. Anyone who is desirous of such political influence would do better to go and apply himself single-mindedly to politics the way the Saraki family has, and engage with the populace in the same way.

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do u no d party that takes place in this so called CABAL's home for the illiterate majority in ilorin fridays who are selling their rites becos of peanuts, its only den u will realise dat dey r seriously under his realms.

We need the likes of save Nigeria group to show dem the way dre abi wetin una think

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but we have learned people from that state what is stopping them and the youth to say NO to these acts.

dre r alot of kwarains as well on NL dat can start protesting thru this forum and show they are not in support and are tired of dis CABAL. why put on a non challant attitude, they av to start standing up for themselves.

dat state is just too lukewarm

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