Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs in Osun, Prince Adebayo Adeleke (Banik) has congratulated the wife of the state Governor, Alhaja Kafayat Oyetola on her 60th Birthday anniversary.
In his congratulatory message on Thursday, Adeleke described Mrs Oyetola as a woman of substance and pillar of support to his husband, Mr Gboyega Oyetola towards the development of the state.
According to him, the celebrant has at all time showed concern for the well-being of women and children in particular and the entire citizens in general through her pet project, Ileri Oluwa Development Initiative.
The commissioner noted that Mrs Oyetola’s life-changing projects have continued to give the government of his husband leverage, particular among women and children who constitute the largest part of the population.
“Mrs Oyetola support to our leader, Governor Oyetola has continued to be a strength for him and the government of Osun in general.
“We are all witnesses to the impact she has been making interms of empowerment of women, wellbeing and educational development of children and healthy living of the entire citizens.
“It is on record that her campaign for cleaner environment and war against open defecation have been of great help to the healthy living of the people of Osun.
“All these are evidence to the fact that the celebrant is a blessing to humanity and particularly the people of Osun.
“I want to therefore on behalf of my family congratulate Mr Governor for having the celebrant as a life partner, as well as the children and the entire family for the blessing of having her”, Adeleke stressed.
The commissioner then prayed that the celebrant witness many more years in prosperity, sound health and service to humanity.
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