I don’t want to be stoned – Kwara governor  

Gov. Rahman AbdulRasaq

Kwara state governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, has expressed his concern about the possibility of him being attacked physically if he fails to deliver on his campaign promises.

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AbdulRazaq who spoke in reference to the stoning of outgone Senate President Bukola Saraki and other chieftains of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Kwara North, in the run up to the general election made this remark at the weekend in the state.

The governor said he was not oblivious to the expectation of the state indigenes of his administration, reiterated his commitment to the development of the state particularly in the area of infrastructure.

According to him: “The state of our roads is disappointing. This is particularly true of Kwara North. There is no road, for instance, to Gwanara especially now that it is raining and yet the contractor handling it is collecting money.

“That was why the previous administration was stoned (in Gwanara). We don’t want to be stoned.”

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