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Board of Trustees, ILERI-OLUWA Next Level (INLPM) felicitates with Oyetola on 67th birthday

Governor Adegboyega Oyetola
Governor Adegboyega Oyetola

The ILERI-OLUWA Next Level Progressive Movement (INLPM) has felicitated with the Osun State Governor, Mr Adegboyega Oyetola on his 67th birthday.


In a statement signed by the Coordinator of the Movement, Chief Owoeye Abiodun Samuel (OSA), he said,

“The Board of Trustees and the entire members of IleriOluwa Next Level Progressive Movement felicitate with our amiable, progressive and silent achiever, Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola, the Executive Governor, State of Osun on this joyous occasion of his 67th birthday anniversary.”

“The farago of your unprecedented achievements within so little a period speaks volume about your competence in office. And so, your birthday is worth celebrating!
May the Almighty God grant you long life in sound health, vigour and vitality to achieve more for the entire citizens of Osun State by granting our prayers for your 2nd term in office.
Let the good work continue!!
4+4=8. IleriOluwa leekan sii, by the special grace of God.
Happy Birthday Sir!!!”

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