Group tackles Saraki, Kwara departvernor over complaint on cultists’ transfer to Abuja
– A group has waved away the complaint of Senate President Bukola Saraki and Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed over the transfer of suspected cultists to Abuja
– The group said the Senate President and governor’s complaint is ridiculous and unnecessary as the suspects won’t be the first to be transfered to FCT
Kwara Liberation Group (KLG), a socio-political group has said that the complaint by the Senate President, Bukola Saraki and the Kwara state governor, Alhaji Abdulfattah Ahmed over the transfer of some suspected cultists to the force headquarters in Abuja from the state is ridiculous.
Daily Trust reports that the group said such transfer is not the first time it would be happening in the state.
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The Chairman of the group, Amuda Aluko, said: “The public have been made to believe that the perpetrators of the criminal acts were from outside the state.
“However, without prejudice to the activities of the security personnel in the state and Nigeria, several open letters, newspaper advertisements and books have been written while countless press releases and press briefings had been done by the progressives to sensitise the government at all levels of the problems in the state and probable solutions s but the god fathers to the criminals have always subverted the efforts to reed our state of criminals.
“We want to make it clear to the public that the police have not in any way transgressed their limit by transfer of the arrested cultists to force headquarters in Abuja because similar transfers have occurred in the past to many cases which include; the oro-ago Fulani/farmers crises, Share/Tsaragi crises, Alapa crises and the recent robbery attack in Offa.
“What is the concern of the senate president and the governor in the case? Why have they not made such noise before now especially on similar cases reported above? Their actions draw us to the plausible conclusion that they have a lot of fears in this matter.”