Mrs Aisha Buhari gobbles small chops in Ilorin
Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, yesterday, benefitted instantly from her empowerment programme tagged: “Future Assured” as she treated herself to light refreshment at the Government House, Ilorin, yesterday.
Mrs Buhari who arrived Ilorin amidst cheers was sighted munching puff puff to the delight of wife of the Senate President, Mrs Toyin Saraki, wife of Kwara State Governor, Deaconess Omolewa Ahmed and several other dignitaries at the Government House.
The refreshments were part of the output of the about 1,000 beneficiaries of Mrs Buhari’s empowerment programme.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, the wife of the president said, “the programme is in line with the mandate of my programme whose main focus has been on the empowerment of women and other less privileged, towards the realisation of economic self reliance.”
Kwara Speaker’s branded gifts on Saraki’s birthday
For the Speaker, the memento was another way to say thank you to his mentor and the architect of modern Kwara.
The event which took place Tuesday morning, was largely attended by political stalwarts, lawmakers, former Executive Chairman of Kwara State SUBEB, Alhaji Ladi Hassan and MD/Editor-in-Chief of National Pilot, Alh Billy Adedamola. Also present is the former chief press secretary to former governor of the state, Alh Mas’ud Adebimpe, former Moro local government chairman, Alhaji Abdulraheem Adisa and members of the state executives council.
The special prayer was led by the Imam Agbaji, Alhaji Ameenullah Tantolohun.
… Chief of Staff too
Not to be left out of doling out gifts in celebration of the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, is the Chief of Staff to the Kwara State Government, Alhaji Abdulwahab Babatunde Yusuf.
Scores of dignitaries were all smiles as they left Ile Loke (as Saraki’s Iloffa residence is called) with an unexpected gift of customised praying mat courtesy the Chief of Staff.
The many sides of KWEPA boss, Oloreke
The Oloreke of Oreke in Ifelodun Local Government of Kwara State, Oba Sunday Adefila is a man of many attributes.
Aside the fact that he diligently presides over the affairs of his community, the monarch is a longstanding General Manager of the Kwara State Environmental Protection Agency (KWEPA), where he ensures the cleanliness of the state capital and environs.
Only recently, the Oloreke took his dedication to another level when he posted a picture of him wearing reflective jacket as a special marshal, on the social media. Several friends of the Oloreke congratulated him on his latest adventure and for being a workaholic monarch, who is not just comfortable sitting at the palace all day. For most of the followers of the KWEPA boss, they await his next adventure.
Ekiti LG boss, Dallas imitates Saraki, launches back to farm
On the order of the Kwara State Governor, Alhaji Abdulfatah Ahmed, the Executive Chairman of Ekiti Local Government, Comrade Yinka Dallas and the ALGON and Oyun LG Chairman, Hon. Olatunji Omokanye (Jalala) visited the proposed site of the back to farm program in Okesa, Ekiti local government.
According to Jalala, Gov Ahmed is highly interested in the project which was in line with the initiative of Dr Bukola Saraki during his tenure as governor of the state. The ALGON boss urged Dallas not to relent in his bid to return Ekiti to agricultural glory era.
Speaking on the development, on the social media, Dallas said, “I am glad to have located a 200 hectares of land to be used for our Back 2 Farm (B2F) program. @Ekiti the future is bright. The programme is to kick off soon.
Daniel gradually becoming a better Dele Aiyenugba
The name Dele Aiyenugba will ring a bell as one of the few players to have represented at all age grade competitions and the Super Eagles.
The Hapoel Ashkelon goalkeeper will also be remembered for saving penalty kicks as a substitute when Enyimba won the CAF Champions League in 2003 and 2004.
Well like father like son, Dele seemed to have passed his goalkeeping and penalty saving heroics to his son, Daniel Aiyenugba as the skipper of the North Central U-13 team saved two penalty kicks in the final game of Zenith Bank U-13 Future Eagles tourney in Abuja, at the weekend.
Daniel after lifting the trophy said his father Dele is his role model.
”My father is my role model and he has been encouraging me to play football.
”He corrects my mistakes and also buys me kits.
”I’m happy we won this competition and I’m hoping to be a better goalkeeper, so that I can play outside the country,” the Stephen Fountain Primary School,” Ilorin pupil was quoted to have said.