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Rain Of Blessings: Omo Oloore Forum Hosts Prayer Session For Barrister Akogun Amidst Downpour

Omu-Aran City witnessed a spiritual presence as the OMO OLOORE FORUM organized an intercessory and support prayer session for Barrister Titilope Joseph (Amofin Akogun) today July 3, 2024


The event which held at Old Odo Oro Hall, Opposite Abe Igi Anu, Ile Nla Omu-Aran Aran, in Irepodun Local Government Area, Kwara State had in attendance people, supporters and well wishers of Amofin Akogun from across different religious beliefs.

The prayer session, which was attended by Christian and Muslim faithfuls, was officiated by Pastor Bamidele Michael and Alfa Yahaya Abdulsalam 1010, respectively.

The event aimed to seek God’s intervention and support for Barrister Akogun’s aspirations.

Notable dignitaries in attendance included Alhaja Nimota Bello (Ajuloopin), step-elder sister to Hon. Raheem Tunji Olawuyi Ajuloopin, member of the Federal House of Representatives, representing Ekiti/Irepodun/Isin/and Oke-Ero Federal Constituency, and former TIC Chairman (Irepodun Local Government Area), Hon Adekanye Kazeem

Elder Adewumi, a respected community leader, praised Akogun’s goodwill towards the people, saying,

“He is a proud son of the soil whose interest is to see the betterment of the people. He has consistently demonstrated his commitment to the community’s development, and we are proud of him.”

Mrs. Alimat Olufadi, the coordinator of the Omo Oloore Forum, described Akogun as a passionate individual who is keen on supporting humanity.

“He has a heart of gold, and his philanthropic efforts have touched many lives. We are gathered here today to pray for his success and well-being.” She added

Honourable Chief Oyeniyi Emmanuel Olarewaju, a prominent politician, commended Akogun’s vibrant personality and achievements. “He is a young, vibrant personality who is doing well. We have gathered here today to pray for him in pursuit of his aspirations, and we believe God will grant him success.” He added

On her part, Mrs. CK Oguntoye, popularly known as Mama Akogun due to her passion for Amofin Akogun, expressed her delight in the spiritual gathering

“Akogun is a great asset to humanity, and we are grateful for his selfless service to the community.” She added

Alhaja Nimota Bello (Ajuloopin) described Akogun as an Omoluabi (a person of good character) and someone who is loved by the people.

“We are satisfied with the turnout of people for this prayer session, and we believe it is a testament to Akogun’s good character and the love the people have for him.” She noted

As the event took place, a gentle rain fell, symbolizing blessings and divine support for Barrister Akogun’s endeavors.

The rain did not deter the attendees, who were determined to show their support and solidarity with him.

Barrister Akogun’s philanthropic efforts have benefited numerous individuals and communities, including scholarship awards to deserving students, empowerment programs for widows and youths, and humanitarian services to the less privileged. Through his foundation, he has provided free legal services to the oppressed and marginalized, championing the cause of justice and human rights. He has also supported community development projects, including the construction of bridges, boreholes, healthcare Interventions, impacting the lives of thousands of people.

His leadership and mentorship have inspired a new generation of young leaders, empowering them to become change-makers in their communities. Barrister Akogun’s selflessness and dedication to humanity have earned him numerous awards and recognition, solidifying his reputation as a true servant of the people.

As he aspires to pursue political office, the people have expressed their love and support for him, citing his brilliance, charisma, and dedication to the community’s development.

“Akogun is a shining star, and we need more of his kind in politics,” said another community leader. “His philanthropic efforts have touched many lives, and we believe he will excel in any political endeavor he pursues.”

The intercessory prayer session was a confirmation to the community’s solidarity with Barrister Akogun, and their confidence in his ability to make a positive impact in the political sphere.

Other stakeholders notably present are;

1) Chief Kola Adewumi
2) Alhaji Olu Okewa
3) Alhaji Kazeem Adekanye
4) Alhaji Ahmed Okeleye
5) Hon. Ahmed Ayanshola
6) Alhaji Taju Bada
7) Hon Lanre Awotayo Oluseyi .
8) Mrs CK Oguntoye
9) Hon Lanre Oueniyi Elbow
10) Hon Niyi Fabiyi
11) Hon Johnson Adeniyi
12) Chief Dayo
13) Hon Tele Abifarin
14)Hajia Nimotallah Olawuyi
15) Hon Fatai Adbayo
16) Hon Elizabeth Fadunmade
17) Hajia Maryam Awoso
18) Chief Isa Alabi
19) Hon Micheal Odetunde
20) Hajia Mulika Abdulsalam

21) Chief Odofin Atofolaki Sunday Joshua

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