Cleric lauds Oyo lawmaker for embarking on humanitarian service

The Founder and General Overseer of Christ Revival Miracle Church, CREMIC,  Reverend P.F. Owa has commended the lawmaker representing Ibadan South East Constituency II in the Oyo State House of Assembly, Hon. Akeem Ige for embarking upon humanitarian service since his days as a council Chairman.

The Cleric gave the commendation during the official foundation stone laying ceremony of Adeyemo Saint Luke’s College area Police station held at the site ground, beside Saint Luke’s College, Molete, Ibadan last Saturday.

Rev. Owa further described the lawmaker as a passionate and listening politician who always heed to the yearning and calls of the people when they call on him for assistance, adding that his contribution has made the foundation of the police station building project a reality.

He, therefore enjoined the electorates to always look at the antecedents of every politician that are soliciting their support and vote in order not to elect wrong people during the election.

Remarking, Ige noted that as an important stakeholder regarding the security of lives and property, the need to play a cooperative role to make security work cannot be over stated, thus encouraged the people to always come up with this kind of project and improve security in their domain.

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He specifically thanked the people that have contributed to the building project including Bishop J.A. Ajetumobi that donated the land where the project was being constructed, Reverend P.F. Owa, Chief Ayansina, Hon. Dapo Lam Adesina, Engr. Seyi Makinde, Barrister Sarafadeen Alli, Prince Ade Electrical, Mr Olabayo Ajani amongst others.

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