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EID-El-KABIR : Adekunle Urges Alimosho Resident To Keep Praying For A Better Representation


The principal partner Adekunle Adegunle and co has urged resident of Alimosho local government to keep praying for a better representation as 2023 election draw nearer.

In a statement made available as he felicitates with Muslim around the world to celebrate this year Eid-El-Kabir which also being his birthday says our Alimosho is a place where business thrives, being one of the populous LG in Nigeria, we need good and vibrant representation at all levels.

Adekunle popularly known as “Oko Opo” said ‘ The last time we did our International widows day party, I saw some widows begin to transfer their food into a polythene bag to take home, it shattered my heart into pieces’ he continued ‘ I’ll be visiting most of my widows today to mark my birthday with them to see their living conditions and ways to improve it, also I’ll be doing my little contribution in cash as I visit’.

He further urged Muslims to remember those who don’t have and share the merriment with them, he added that the country economy is a source of concern , more reason why Muslim faithful should be more prayerful about leadership in the country and most especially Alimosho resident should pray for better representation in 2023.

Barr Adekunle Adegunle whose personal philosophy is “when faith hands you money, remember the poor” currently runs an NGO catering for over 1500 widows and less privilege in Alimosho constituency, with Monthly free food scheme designed to reach his immediate community.

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