"Some uninformed minds have been saying a woman cannot govern a state with sizable numbers of Muslims. They have forgotten that she is not coming to be an Imam." With this statement, the fabled godfather of Kwara State politics, Olusola Saraki, endorsed his daughter and sister to the current governor, Gbemisola Saraki, as the state's next governor. She will succeed her brother, Bukola Saraki, following his termed out eight years in office. And the soon to be ex-governor is angling for the presidency and Icheoku wonders why this Saraki family thinks that they are the rulers of men. It appears that Olusola Saraki has learnt well from the House of Saud on how to convert territories into a family entity, such that his daughter should now succeed his son as also governor of Kwara State respectively; and you ask yourself, does the Saraki family own Kwara State? Icheoku says what a pity that Kwarans have allowed themselves become enslaved by this family who have now fully and completely emasculated them; hijacking their state in the process. Even the United States of America storied political Bush family fades in comparison with the blatancy of the Sarakis; at least the Bushes were not such impositions as Bush junior came two terms after Bush senior left office and the other Governor Jeb Bush served in Florida and not Texas; all practically on their own merits. And this hybrid Kwara State (half Hausa/Fulani North and half Yoruba West) is proud of their present sissy-status and hostile take-over by the Sarakis? Icheoku says, 'I don't think so!