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Ajimobi’s Aide Elected Chairman Of Bodija Estates Muslim Community


The special adviser to Governor Abiola Ajimobi on community relations, Alhaji Murisiq Siyanbade has been elected as chairman of Bodija Estates and Environs Muslim Community, BEEMC.

BEEMC elected the crop of the new leaders who will pilot the affairs of the community at its 25 Annual General Meeting (AGM) held at its Bodija Islamic Centre in Ibadan.

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Apart from Siyanbade, others elected are Alhaji S. A Raji,  Vice Chairman; Alhaja H. A Phillips-Olawore, Secretary; Alhaja Nurat Adekunle, Assistant Secretary; and Alhaja Fawziyya Tejumola as Treasurer. Others were Alhaji Abdur-Rahman Balogun, Social Secretary; Alhaja Sarat Suarau, Financial Secretary; Hajia Hafsatu Akerele, Welfare Officer; Mr Hassan Ogundimu,  Publicity Secretary; Alhaji K. Y Adisa, Property Manager; Prof. K.K. Oloso, Chairman, Board of Religious Affairs (BORA) while Alhaji Waheed  Alli,  Alhaji Lukman Ogunrinde and Alhaji Abiola Odeyemi were elected as ex-oficio members.

The newly elected officers were later inaugurated by Prof Mohammad Badamas while the new Chairman promised to carry everybody along in the new dispensation.

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