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Your Tenure Brings Progress to Osun APC – Odunlade Eulogises Famodun

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The Supervisor, Ministry of Sports, Social Protection and Special Needs, Mr Biyi Odunlade has described the Chairman of Osun state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Prince Adegboyega Famodun as a quintessential leader and a silent achiever.

Odunlade in a birthday message to congratulate the APC chairman on his birthday on Tuesday said Famodun is a man with uncommon candor, good human relations, and native intelligence.

According to Odunlade, it was not by coincidence that the APC in Osun is progressing and getting more popular, saying that Famodun’s astute leadership has made it possible for the party to be formidable, peaceful and united.

The former commissioner maintained that Famodun’s leadership has ensured that the APC won elections in difficult circumstances, sustained the party’s structures and widens its horizon by gaining more members from other political parties.

Odunlade said: “I am proud of Prince Adegboyega Famodun, my able APC chairman in Osun. I congratulate him on his birthday and wish him more prosperous years.

“The Chairman is a man of honour, a quintessential leader, a courageous and outstanding party chairman. He is a man that is not afraid of war, and during the time of war, he always ensures that he returns victorious with his followers unhurt.

“Prince Famodun has won elections for us in a very difficult situation. He has successfully managed the APC and keeps it united. Indeed, he is an astute leader with uncommon candor. He is humane and humble. I am proud to associate with him.”

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