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Ibadan Festival: TMA Congratulates Olubadan, Lauds CCII


A member of the house of representatives representing Egbeda/Ona-ara constituency in Oyo State, Hon Taiwo Micheal Akintola, has congratulated Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Saliu Adetunji  and the Central Council of Ibadan Indigenes (CCII) on the success of 2019 Ibadan Cultural Festival.
In a statement issued by the lawmaker and made available to pressmen in Ibadan, the state capital on Saturday, Akintola who is fondly called TMA noted that the festival has again shown the cultural heritage of the historical city. He expressed optimism that the festival would usher in developments into the state.
Ahead of the grand finale of the week-long programme, Akintola observed, “Ibadan Cultural Festival 2019 ends today. Without a doubt, it has been a bundle of wonderful events with a blend of heritage, glitz and glamour. I am convinced and happy to note that a lot had gone into the planning and actualisation of the epoch events.”
“So, I deeply congratulate Olubadan of Ibadanland, Oba Saliu Adetunji, the Central Council of Ibadan Indigenes  (CCII) and all other stakeholders who are directly or indirectly behind the success of the unifying week-long programme.”
“Also, I am particularly happy that the annual event was organised not only to celebrate our ancestors but to also bring us together and avail us a common platform to reflect on the past and present of the city in other to make better, brighter and people-driven plans that will ensure steady growth and development of the city.”
“I, therefore, also congratulate Ibadan indigenes and residents just as I rejoice and felicitate with all distinguished natives of Ibadan and others including Mr Owolabi Oladejo, my good brother and Chief Executive Officer of Impact Business Radio, Amutajero as its fondly called, who is to be honoured with awards in recognition of his immense contributions to the progress and development of the city,” he declared.

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