Lawmaker Hails Aregbesola’s Humanitarian Nature, Congratulates Him At 63

Lawmaker Hails Aregbesola’s Humanitarian Nature, Congratulates Him At 63


Honourable Ganiyu Abiodun Johnson, lawmaker representing Oshodi/Isolo constituency 2 at the green chamber of the National Assembly on Monday, hailed the humanitarian nature of Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, minister of interior, even as he congratulates him on the occasion of his birthday.

Johnson said that the simplicity of the former governor of Osun State was worthy of emulation, stressing that the minister was a man of the people, a leader whose footprints remained remarkable.

He said that Aregbesola as a politician, who had always shunned violence, and committed to exemplary leadership, maintaining that a leader who cared by his people was exactly what the nation needs, especially in period of global challenges, such that the world was faced with. He said that the huge health challenges, as well as economic challenges, which had threatened the strength of even the very great nations, people would not cease to appreciate leaders like Ogbeni.

The former commissioner for works and infrastructure in Lagos State had in a congratulatory message, made available to journalists on Monday, by Dotun Oladapo, media aide to the lawmaker, pointed out that Aregbesola remained a leader that was worthy of emulation.

While wishing him a happy birthday, Johnson prayed the Almighty Allah to increase him in wisdom, good health and long life, so that Nigerians would continue to benefit from his wealth of experience.

“Nigeria needs selfless leaders, who would be committed to the service of the people. I must say that the minister of interior falls into the category. A man who is concerned about the welfare of his people deserves to be appreciated and encouraged to offer more to the people. The humanitarian nature of Ogbeni is worthy of emulation, and I pray the Almighty Allah to give him good health, wisdom and strength to continue to serve the people” he said.

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