Oyetola at Oluwo’s Mother’s Fidaah

Governor Adegboyega Oyetola of the State of Osun has urged people whose parents are still alive to learn to take good care of them.

The Governor gave the advice at the fidaah of Alhaja Suwaebat Aompe, mother of the Oluwo of Iwo Oba AbduRasheed Adewale Akanbi in Iwo.

The nonagenarian mother of the monarch was described as an epitome of exemplary living and an embodiment of altruism by Governor Oyetola,stressing that the departed matriarch would for long be remembered for her strong moral values,generosity and love for humanity.

He urged those whose parents are still alive to take a good care of them and not wait till they die before spending on food and drinks for guests.

Thanking God for allowing him to fix Osogbo-Iwo road,Governor Adegboyega Oyetola praised President Muhammadu Buhari and Works Minister Babatunde Fashola for making it possible.

He urged the family and indigenes of Iwoland to immortalise the matriarch by promoting her values and prayed God to grant the soul of the nonagenarian peaceful rest and grant the bereaved family the fortitude to bear the loss.

Delivering his sermon, a foremost Islamic preacher,Sheikh Muhydeen Ajani- Bello, urged Nigerians to always fear Allah in their dealings with people.

Specifically, he also admonished those whose parents are still alive, especially their mother, to take care of them, saying the mother’s prayers will go a long way to shape their destinies in their lives.

Earlier,the Oluwo ,Oba Adewale Akanbi who described Oyetola as a very prudent manager of scarce resources, had thanked him for gracing the occasion and for fulfilling his promise to fix the Osogbo-Iwo road.

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