A gaggle of elders in Kwara South Senatorial District, on Monday, referred to as on the management of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to zone the place of Speaker to the northern a part of the state within the curiosity of equity and justice.

Chief James Bamisaiye Ayeni, Chairman of the group generally known as Elders of Kwara South, made this appeal in a statement made out there to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ilorin on Monday.

“The people of Kwara South Senatorial Zone hereby echo their support for the emergence of the Speaker of the House of Assembly from Kwara North Senatorial Zone,” Ayeni stated.

He expressed the dedication of elders from Kwara South Senatorial District to be certain that the next Speaker of the House emerged from the northern district of the state.

Ayeni stated it was solely honest to concede the speakership slot to the north for the reason that remaining two districts of the state-Central and South-would occupy the elective positions of governor and Deputy Governor respectively.

He stated whereas there was nothing mistaken in anybody nursing an ambition, this should engender peace and unity among the many people.

“While people reserve the right to pursue their ambition, Kwara South senatorial elders believe that ambition must be tamed and must not be wild to the point of threatening our unity,” he added.

According to him, such wild ambition was able to truncating the main focus of the group on good governance and dedication to offering the dividends of democracy to the people.

“We can better achieve this in the atmosphere of fairness, equity and justice,” Ayeni stated.

He stated there have been nonetheless a number of different positions that might go around the three districts and curiosity teams with a bid to strengthening mutual cooperation and improvement.

Ayeni referred to as on the people of the state to assist the incoming administration of Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq.


READ ALSO
:How Buhari govt has so far fought corruption – Lai Mohammed Gives Detail Analysis

“While we should savour our hard-earned successes through the elections, we should not be complacent as it’s not but uhuru.

“The task ahead is humongous and requires total commitment in order to achieve our corporate objectives,” Ayeni stated

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.