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Park Manager Chairman, Oluaye Celebrates Makinde At 53


Oyo state chairman of Tipper, Lorry, and Quarry Park Management System Disciplinary Committee, Alhaji Yekeen Adewale has felicitated the governor of Governor Seyi Makinde over what he called ‘twin blessing.’

Oluaye as he is popularly known, stated that the first blessing was voting Governor Seyi Makinde as the best performing governor in Nigeria by a reputable organization of international repute in year 2020 followed by an addition to the governor’s years as he clocks 54 years old on December 25th which coincidentally is Christmas day.

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The Oyo state UTQEN chairman stated these in a felicitation letter made available to newsmen in Ibadan on Wednesday 22nd December, describing Makinde as an exemplary leader who has successfully distinguished himself among his peers in term of purposeful leadership.

Alhaji Yekeen Adewale, who also doubles as the Oyo state chairman of Union of Tippers and Quarry Employers of Nigeria (UTQEN) maintained that almost everything about governor Makinde’s emergence as governor and the time he became governor were divinely planned by God.

He added that Makinde, whom Oyo state electorates out of distractions didn’t give a chance in the two previous governorship elections (2011 and 2015) has eventually turned out to be the saviour the Pacesetter’s state has searched for since the return of democracy in Nigeria since 1999.

He added that a vital lesson governor Makinde’s life brings to mind is understanding the workings of God’s time and keying into it with a genuine heart stressing that only God’s time makes everything perfect for man.

Oluaye however, pledged the support of both UTQEN and Tipper, Lorry, and Quarry Park Management System in Oyo state to governor Makinde in his commitment to make the state pride of the nation.

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