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N300m: Kwarans reacts to Aishat Patigi's alleged resignation as Gov Abdulrahman runs to Estu Patigi

It earlier reported that Former Commissioner of Local Government and Chieftaincy affairs Mrs Aishat Ahman Pategi on Tuesday submitted her resignation later to the Executive Governor of Kwara State. 

In an article written by Godwin Offor and posted by Sulaiman Ahmed it was stated that Mrs Aisha was furious that a certain 300 million naira was diverted from her then ministry by the Commissioner of finance, Mrs Florence Adesunbo without her consent. 

It is no longer news that both Aisha Ahman and Florence Adesunbo do not see eye to eye and the beef has been on ground for long. 

It was stated that Mrs Aishat Ahman Patigi had found out that since last year 300 million naira was always diverted every month from the Ministry of Local Government purse on the instructions of Governor Abdulrahman in connivance with the Commissioner for finance Mrs Florence Adesunbo. 

The money was schemed to be laundered before Aishat Patigi got the information on her visits to the bank. 

Meanwhile in another interesting twist, Governor Abdulrahman has called for a meet with Aishat so as to settle the whole issue before it gets to the public domain. 

In a brief meeting with the Executive Governor of Kwara State, Aishat Patigi was said to have expressed and disappointments and also tagged Governor Abdulrahman a betrayal despite her loyalty to his led administration as she walked out of the Governor. 

Sources from the Kwara State Government house however claimed the reports are somehow true but there is little or nothing they can do to salvage the situation but that Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq has involved the Etsu of Patigi as he believes Aishat holds the monarch in high esteem. 

Here are the screenshots of the whole drama and Kwara's reaction.

Nigerians have equally reacted, see some screenshots.

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Abdulrahman Aisha Ahman Aishat Ahman Pategi Aishat Patigi Florence Adesunbo


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