Bukola Saraki & Kwara State Governor

Abubakar Bukola Saraki (b. 19 December 1962) was elected governor of Kwara State, Nigeria in 29 May 2003, holding office for two terms. 5.0/5

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Notes on 2015 Nigerian elections ... Bukola Saraki (former governor of Kwara State) and Rotimi Amaechi (Rivers...
Bukola Saraki: Senator hopes to become Senate President: Saraki, a former Kwara State Governor, revealed his i...
lobbies for presidential hopeful shifts declaration to Oct 15 *Saraki to head campaign organisation As the battle for the presidential ticket of the All Progressives Congress (APC) gathers momentum, former Lagos State Governor, Senator Bola Tinubu, has intensified lobby for the emergence of former Head of State, Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, as the party’s candidate. Sources told New Telegraph that Tinubu had stepped up efforts in recent days to ensure that Buhari would get the APC ticket at the December 2 national convention of the party. He is said to be mobilising the party structures and providing the initial funding in the pursuit of Buhari’s aspiration. In return, it was learnt that Buhari had agreed that should he win, Tinubu would pick his running mate for him. In preparations for his possible emergence as the party’s candidate, Buhari, it was also learnt, had begun putting together his campaign organisation, which will be headed by former Kwara State Governor, Dr. Bukola Saraki, now a senator ...
Traditional rulers in Kwara has declared support for the political leadership of the immediate past governor of the state, Dr. Bukola Saraki
|From My Passus|. Former Kwara State Governor and Senator of FRN, Bukola Saraki had refuted claims that there is a...
Yar’Adua Considered Saraki, Dakingari as Successor Before his death in 2010, President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua was planning to serve a single term in office in view of his debilitating health, a new book by former Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Mallam Nasir el-Rufai, has revealed. The book, titled “The Accidental Public Servant”, detailed how the late president in September 2009 consulted a prominent and influential emir from the North to assist him in finding a successor since he would not be able to run for office again because of his failing health. When asked those he would want to succeed him, the book revealed that the late Yar’Adua wrote a list containing four names: First Lady, Turai Yar’Adua; the then Kwara State Governor and Chairman, Nigerian Governors’ Forum (NGF), Dr. Bukola Saraki, as well as Kebbi State Governor, Alhaji Saidu Dakingari, and his Bauchi State counterpart, Mallam Isa Yuguda. Both Dankigari and Yuguda are married to the late Yar’Adua’s daughters. ...
Information available to Pointblanknews.com have revealed that former Kwara State Governor, Mr. Bukola Saraki allegedly mismanaged over N65 Billion, former Governor Ibrahim Shekarau of Kano State, N61 Billion and former Governor Ali Modu Sheriff of Borno State, N50 Billion. Others on the list, which is currently being finalized, by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC are former Governor Ikedi Ohakim of Imo State, N35 Billion and former Governor Muhammadu Shinkafi of Zamfara State, N30 Billion. The document alleged that the funds might have been mismanaged or misappropriated through doggy contracts and over invoicing of projects in their various states. “This people we call Governors are very wicked with resources meant for their various states. They spend state funds like they are spending their personal money. Nigerians will be shocked at the kind of revelations that will be made soon with the likes of Saraki, Ohakim, Sheriff and Shekarau,” a source hinted Pointblanknews.com in confide ...
Private Jets on Offer 15 Nov 2012 Font Size: a / A Private-Jets.jpg - Private-Jets.jpg Olawale Olaleye A time comes in the life of every man when he needs the support of those around him. Such a time came Wednesday for former Kwara State Governor, Dr. Bukola Saraki, and his siblings following the death of their father, Dr. Olusola Saraki. It was a moment that served as a litmus test of their friendship with so many people, both in government and in the private sector, who rallied round Bukola, Ms. Gbemisola Saraki-Fowora and their siblings at their critical moment. The Sarakis, in accordance with Islamic injunctions, had planned to bury their father Wednesday. Their father was no ordinary man that could be buried anywhere, except in Ilorin, his hometown, where for almost 40 years, he played a prominent role, not only in governance, but also in the lives of hundreds of thousands of its inhabitants. Immediately it was clear that burial plans were in top gear, friends of the Sarakis did not only besiege the ...
Mrs. Waziri, who chaired the EFCC from May 2008 to December 2011, had been enmeshed in controversy right from her inception when she was accused of standing as a surety to indicted former governor of Benue State, George Akume, who was investigated for monumental corruption by Mrs. Waziri’s predecessor in office, Nuhu Ribadu. Her appointment as anti-corruption chief was reportedly at the instance of some former governors, including Bukola Saraki, former Kwara State Governor; James Ibori, former Delta State Governor; and Mr. Akume. These former governors, particularly Mr. Ibori wielded enormous powers during the administration of late President Umaru Yar’Adua and played a major role in the controversial removal of Ribadu from office.
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