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Dignitaries Storm Ilorin, Attend 5th Year Remembrance Prayer For Olusola Saraki

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Dignitaries Storm Ilorin, Attend 5th Year Remembrance Prayer For Olusola Saraki

Late Olusola Saraki

Eminent Nigerians gathered in Ilorin, Kwara state yesterday to take part in a special prayer organised in memory of the late Second Republic Senate leader, Dr. Olusola Saraki.

ROYAL NEWS gathered that Saraki passed on  five years ago,  precisely on November 14, 2012.

The pack of the dignitaries that attended the 5th year remembrance prayer for Olusola Saraki include his heir, the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki,his wife, Toyin, the Kwara state governor, Alh Abdulfattah Ahmed and his wife, Omolewa, Senators Garba Baba Kaka and Senator Philip Aduda.Dignitaries Storm Ilorin, Attend 5th Year Remembrance Prayer For Olusola Saraki

Others are the Speaker, Kwara State House of Assembly, Dr Ali Ahmad a members of the legislative and executive councils as well as stalwarts and members of the All Progressives Congress.

In his brief sermon, a renowned Islamic scholar, Sheikh Sulaiman Dan Borno urged Nigerian politicians to use their  positions to impact positively on the lives of the masses.

He emphasised the need for politicians in the state to sustain the philanthropist gestures of the late Saraki to enable the masses feel their impacts.

Sheikh Dan Borno also described the late politician as lover of masses who used his life to uplift and empower the his people.

Earlier, the Chief Imam of Ilorin, Sheikh Muhammad Bashir had led other Islamic scholars in praying for the repose of the soul of Dr Olusola Saraki.

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