All the first class traditional rulers in Kwara State on Saturday paid solidarity visit on the Nigeria’s Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, to rejoice with him on his victory at the Supreme Court.
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The monarchs were led by the Emir of Ilorin, Alhaji Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari. He said the visit was to pledge all traditional rulers in the state’s solidarity and support to Doctor Saraki.
The Emir who spoke on behalf of all the traditional rulers praised the Senate President for his courage and doggedness for withstanding the weathers throughout his three years trial on assets declaration at the Code of Conduct Tribunal.
According to him, the period of the trial was not easy, unless if someone is blessed by Almighty Allah to withstand it.
ROYAL NEWS reports that, Alhaji Sulu-Gambari explained that all the traditional rulers in the state were solidly behind the Senate President in his national assignments.
The Emir prayed Allah to continue to bless him, guide him to continue the work.
Meanwhile, the Emir of Ilorin will tomorrow hold a special prayer for the Senate President at his palace on his successful victory at the Supreme Court.
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