The immediate past commissioner for Social Protection, Sports and Special Needs in the state of Osun, Comrade Biyi Odunlade has felicitated the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II as he clocks 45.
In a statement on Thursday, Odunlade congratulated Ooni Ogunwusi who he describes as “his father” for adding -another year.
He commended the first class monarch for being a model of peace and development for the entire Yoruba race.
Odunlade noted that the celebrator has also distinguished himself as an advocate for the entrenchment of societal emancipation and the well-being of his people.
Ooni Ogunwusi according to the ex-cabinet member in Osun has in the last few years of his ascension to the throne of his forefathers shown deep commitment to the course of humanity, a feat which is laudable and exemplary.
“Happy Birthday to my father. Baba, your actions everyday continue to show to us leadership at its peak. You are source of inspiration and commitment to humanity to us.”
“We always draw from your wisdom and deep sense of thought that you have led us with and we will forever be drawing from your wealth of wisdom. May the Almighty Olodumare continue to keep you for us in good health and prosperity. Long may you reign my father.”
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