JUST IN: Hon. C.T Ayeni donates N2million to support grassroot educational development

In an unprecedented move for grassroot educational development, Hon. Chrishoper Tunji Ayeni (Otunba of Ẹku Apa), over the weekend supported Opin youths educational development with Two Million Naira (₦2,000,000) at a book launch (NYSC: MY SERVICE YEAR EXPERIENCE) authored by Hon. Bola Adaramola in Isolo-Opin, Ekiti LGA, Kwara State.

Hon. Christopher T. Ayeni at the book launch.

Hon. C. T. Ayeni (Sobaloju of Sabaja) gave the author of the book with the sole responsibility to assist the organization to achieve intended developments towards the educational cause.

Hon C.T. Ayeni who is the Akeweje of Ekan and known for his penchant for youth development also admonished youths present at the event to brace up for future challenges and not ever to be found in the mist of riffraffs, ‘yahoo boys’, cultists, or/and any other bad vices or groups with no future ambition.

He promised to continue using his recourses to champion youth development and to serve humanity in general as he looks forward to representing the good people of ISIN/OKE-ERO/IREPODUN/EKITI Constituency in 2023 at the House of Representatives if the Lord tarries.

The book launch was witnessed by Ekiti LGA No.1 citizen Hon. Kehinde Bayode (TIC Chairman), traditional rulers, politicians, religions leaders, students, and indigenes of the host community. Hon. Gbenga Makanjuola was fully represented by a large team lead by Hon. John who launched the book on his behalf.

The former minister of youth and Sports, Mallam Bolaji Abdulahi was represented by his Director General Engr. A. T. Asanloko who also launched the book handsomely.

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