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Over Election Victory, O2 Liberation Group Pays Appreciation Visit To Kwara Dignitaries


O To Ge, O Tope (O2) Liberation Movement, a socio-political organization in Ilorin, Kwara State, on Saturday, 2nd of March of 2019 embarked on an appreciation visit to some dignitaries in Ilorin for supporting the struggle of Ó tó gé mantra (Enough is Enough) in the State and making sure that President Muhammadu Buhari emerged as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria for second term.

Some of the personalities the group visited includes; Alhaji Amuda Aluko (The Tafida of Ilorin), Alhaji Musa Mayaki (Chairman Kwara Central Elder Forum) , Dr. Soliu Ajia (Chairman Kwara Rescue Movement), Barrister Kunle Suleiman (DG AA Campaign Organization), Alhaji Baba Olosasa, Mr Ajibola Ademola (CEO Mount Olive Enterprise) and Barrister Dele Belgore (Former APC Gubernatorial Aspirant).

When the members of the movement visited Dr. Soliu Ajia, the Chairman of Kwara Rescue Movement, the Chairman appreciated the movement and the entirety of Kwarans for being united and supporting the will of God after the primary of the party that brought in Alh. Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq.

He further stated that all Kwarans should come out en masse to vote in Alh. Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq in the forthcoming gubernatorial elections as the Governor of Kwara State.

He expressed his happiness and urged members of the movement not to relent till Kwara of our dreams is achieved.

In his statement: “We are all leaders in our various communities, don’t let us be divided with ascribing ourselves a leader”

Also the train of the visitation also visited one (1) of the party chieftain, Lawyer Kunle Sulaiman, who in his statement appreciated the movement for been courageous, and he made it known that Alh. Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq is a man of the people, that the IGR of the State if properly managed can be used to develop our State.

The movement also visited the CEO of Geri Alimi hospital, Alh. Aluko (OFR). In his statement, he appreciated the movement and urged them to continue the good work they’ve been doing.

The appreciation visit was also taken to the business morgue, the owner of Mount Olive Enterprises.

In his statement, he said: “I am not a politician, I am a business man but at the same time, I’m a fan of President Muhammadu Buhari and a supporter of progress, and I’m ready to work with progressive minded people.”

Alhaji Olosasa was also visited. In his own words, he appreciated everyone that participated in the Ó tó gé struggle, he couldn’t help but shower praises on the youths who he said stood up for the struggle, and defended it to the end. He added that the victory of President Muhammadu Buhari is a victory for all and sundry.
















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