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Letter To Baloguns And Other High Chiefs In Ilorin - Kwara Must Change


‘The vehicles given to the Baloguns and other high chiefs in ilorin is a gift from the devil and gege bi eyin babawa se mon so, ‘’Esu o kin fun ni ni adie, ko ma gba odin din omo lowo eni’’. So, this gift is more like a greek gift, given with the intention of tricking and causing harm to the recipient, but in this case, not just to the recipient, but the entire members of the community and state at large’’

Aki Awon baba wa, Balogun mererin ati awon oloye Oba Ilu Ilorin (Shehu). Ase adura pe ki olohun je ki emi ola yin Ogun dada ni inu olanla ati alafiya lopolopo.


Kwara Must Change brings you greetings from your humble children and the entire members of the Ilorin community. We pray that the almighty Allah will preserve you in good health and shower you with abundant blessings and rahma.

Dear Baloguns and other high chiefs in Ilorin, it has been brought to our attention that you have been gifted with luxurious vehicles by the Senate President Bukola Saraki, in an effort to entice, deceive and further the exploitation of us your children. We are also aware that the essence of this gift is to convince you once again, to dance to the tune of the destructive interest of the person who brought Kwara down to its knees and made its people paupers.

Eyin babawa, for many years now, you have endured so much pain and discomfort from seeing your children suffer un-ending hardship and lack. You have lamented in secret and cried in hidden. Many of your young children are without jobs, and even those with jobs are not any better. Their salaries are not paid and even when paid, their take home pay is insufficient to meet their basic responsibilities, hence their reliance on you, their parents for family maintenance at grave discomfort.

After spending so much to train your children, after serving the interest of these same establishment for decades, at a time when you should be reaping the fruit of your labor, you are still saddled with the burden of providing the basic needs of your children. Obviously, this is not what you bargained for and you have been praying for Allah’s intervention.
Dear chiefs, if you, the highly placed in ilorin can be confronted with this kind of hard life despite your relative wealth and influence, you can imagine how bad the situation would be for many less fortunate families, parents and young people. Many wealthy persons of the past had become poor, givers now turn beggars.

This is what has led to anger, depression, confusion and outright rebellion by the youths in Ilorin and the entire Kwara State. It was reasoned that, if Ilorin, the state capital is this affected with self centered and bad leadership, the situation in other parts of the state may never be imagined.

Considering the mess we now found ourselves, the youths have come to the conclusive realization that, unless this destructive leadership is chased out and its oppressive establishment dismantled, nothing else will change for good. The result of this decision by the youths is the anger shown at the recently concluded local government election that was glaringly won by the opposition, yet rigged by the ruling government.

However, the fear of failure and realization that another election, which is difficult to rig is on its way, is what has prompted the leader of the status to embark on this Greek gift to you the Baloguns and others high chiefs and we must alert you to be careful.

You must not rejoice for receiving these gift sirs. It’s not a gift in the real sense, it is a Greek gift. The story of the Trojan horse is a legend in its own sense and I’m sure most of you must have heard of it. If you haven’t, it is about how the Greeks managed to invade the city of Troy by gifting a large, wooden horse, the Trojan horse, and hid a carefully selected force of men inside, who sneaked out during the night and did their evil task stealthily.

It must be stated here that, it can lead to dire consequences at times if we aren’t careful of whom we receive gift from. True, there are certain people who genuinely have our good at heart but then, there are many more that are looking for material gains or to fulfill their ulterior motives. Whenever you are at the receiving end of such kindness, always be cautious. It’s not that you should view every person who does well to you with suspicion. But you must learn to always trust your gut feeling; it’s rarely wrong. If it feels odd for a certain person to suddenly behave so well towards you or to be strangely nice and sweet, keep your senses open and your guard up because it just might have another reason behind it. In this case, we can say authoritatively that, the vehicles given to the Baloguns and other high chiefs in ilorin is a gift from the devil and gege bi eyin babawa se mon so, ‘’Esu o kin fun ni ni adie, ko ma gba odin din omo lowo eni’’. So, this gift is more like a Greek gift, given with the intention of tricking and causing harm to the recipient, but in this case, not just to the recipient, but the entire members of the community and state at large’’.

We therefore congratulate the Baloguns and other high chiefs for receiving this Greek gift from the same person who have starved the entire community to death over the years and deprived the people of what rightfully belongs to them, only to return to gift cars to few other people. It is clear here that, some one who denied your children and the entire community of what rightfully belongs to them cannot turn around to give the parents gifts. Someone who channels public resources into personal use at the detriment of the people cannot suddenly turn around to become father Christmas.

Kwara Must Change say, esu o ni fi adie gba odindin omo lowo wa oo. Ameen

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