A Senior Special Assistant to Osun State Governor and Chairmanship aspirant of Osogbo South Local Council Development Area , Honourable Dayo Fasola, has joined other well wishers to congratulate Hon Rasaki Adeosun, Special Adviser to Governor Gboyega Oyetola on Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs.
Fasola in a statement she personally signed and made available to newsmen in Osogbo described Adeosun as an exceptional leader of note, an astute politician who has contributed immensely to the development of Osun.
According to her, the Honourable Special Adviser to the Governor who is very passionate about the success of the present administration has proven times without number to be a man of integrity and exceptional moral standard.
“I want to join other well wishers to congratulate an outstanding Leader of note. A true role model.
One who defines ‘Amazing ‘ in the full length of the word.
“Honourable Adeosun Rasaki , a committed , trustworthy, Frontline lieutenant of our Boss Governor Adegboyega Oyetola, the lines shall fall on to you in pleasant places.
“I call forth your increase, on all fronts. You shall be lifted, supported, Distinguished, and victorious every single moment of your life.
“I celebrate you now and always. Many happy returns , Long life and prosperity sir !!!
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