Kwara state government and the Saraki family have agreed to settle out of court over the demolition of Ile-Arugbo which was built by late Olusola Saraki.
Lawyers to both parties told Justice Abiodun Adewara on Friday January 24, that they’ve resolved to settle out of court and have also fixed a meeting on January 27 to resolve all issues amicably.
Justice Adewara who commended Kwara State government and Saraki family for choosing to resolve the issue without acrimony, also told them to give peace a chance and discuss an amicable resolution of the dispute.
The Federal High Court Judge further adjourned the case till March 2, 2020, for report on the settlement.
The political home of Olusola Saraki, late father of former Senate President Bukola Saraki was demolished by the Kwara state government following the revocation of the land.
Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq said the land originally designated for the construction of a secretariat and parking lot of the civil service clinic, was illegally allocated to Asa Investments Limited, a private firm owned by the late father of the ex-senate president.