OrderPaperToday – The lawmaker representing Baruteen/Kiama Federal Constituency of Kwara State, Muhammed Bio, has disclosed that the people of Kwara state are enjoying political freedom post-Bukola Saraki.
The lawmaker told journalists at the National Assembly on Tuesday said that unlike before when lawmakers from the state had to seek for permission before speaking on the floor of the House, he now takes directives from his constituents.
The O to ge movement in Kwara state ended the close to 4 decades of the Saraki dynasty in Kwara state.
“Like I said, today, everybody’s voice is heard, I was democratically elected as council chairman, I know what went on, today peoples voices are being heard, today, we are independent.”
He added: “I am taking directive from my constituents unlike when they had to wait for directive from one man who was feeling like a demigod. Revolution should start from somewhere.”
The lawmaker also called on the ministry of Works and Housing to commence work on the Kaiama-New Bissau road recently contracted out by the federal government while describing the other roads in his constituency as “deplorable.”
He noted that his priorities are creation of employment and improved infrastructure which he said he intends to achieve by lobbying.