“Major Dee” Charges Politicians On Humanitarian Services, Congratulates Dr Olubunmi Ademosu on Investiture, Birthday

By Dupson Collins, 18th October,2022

Ayodele Adewole, a chieftain of the ruling All Progressive Congress in Ondo, has charged Nigerian politicians to cultivate habit of rendering selfless services to the needy in the society.

Major Dee as popularly called stated this during the investiture of Dr (Mrs) Olubunmi Ademosu as the 8th President of Professional Lion Club Akure.

It was glitz and glamour as Special Adviser to Governor on Public and Inter-Governmental Relations, Dr ( Mrs ) Olubunmi Ademosun decorated as the 8th President of Lions Club International, District 404A1, Akure Professionals Lions Club, held at International Culture and Events Center ( THE DOME ), Alagbaka Akure on Tuesday .

Chatting with the PATH, Major Dee challenged politicians on humanitarian services, saying giving to the people shouldn’t being for political motive but genuine heart of giving to the downtrodden in the society.

In his words: “Like myself, giving to the underprivileged has been part of my life; even before I joined active politics, I can’t but help my people within the available resources at my disposal”, he stated.

” As a Rotarian, our primary aim and objective is lifting people out of poverty, giving hope to hopeless and changing the living conditions of the downtrodden. For you to be a Rotarian, you must definitely be a giver; the more you give,the more you get Givers never lack”.

While congratulating Dr Olubunmi Ademosu on her investiture as the 8th President of Professional Lion Club Akure, Major Dee said Governor Akeredolu Special Adviser on Public and Inter Governmental Relations is capable, brilliant, experience and intelligent to paddle the affairs of the Club for the next one year.

He wished her best of luck in her endeavours and happy birthday which coincide with the investiture.

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