….Describes Him As Embodiment Of Humility
A front line community leader in Osun State and Permanent Secretary, State Universal Basic Education Board, Alhaji Fatai Kolawole, has felicitated with the Deputy Governor of the State, Mr Benedict Alabi, who clocks 54 today.
In a press statement issued by Kolawole and made available to newsmen on Friday, in Osogbo, the SUBEB helmsman described the Deputy Governor as an embodiment of humility and a great bridge builder.
According to the education topnotch, “Since I have known the Deputy Governor, he has always been an unassuming person, a listener and a great bridge builder who possesses all the ideas of progressives”
“There is no doubt about his passion for the empowerment of the people and development of the state at large, this is evident from his activities as a private citizen and even tripled when he became the deputy Governor of the State”.
He said Osun people were blessed to have him and Governor Gboyega Oyetola at the helms of affairs of the state at this time when consolidation on the achievements of the last administration is the only precursor to the future.
Kolawole, however, prayed for the Osun Deputy Governor and wishes him sound health and God’s protection always.
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