Friday 28 January 2022

PHOTONEWS: Aragbiji Receives Boripe Local Government Corpers At His Palace


The highly revered monarch, Oba Abdul-Rasheed Ayotunde Olabomi , Odundun IV, the Aragbiji of Iragbiji land on Thursday 27th January, 2022, received the Corps members serving at the Boripe Local Government, Osun State at his palace.

The Corps Members who came to pay homage to the Royal Father and expressed  delight to have been fortunate to be spending their service year in such a peaceful and lovely environment which has made their experience since their respective arrival dates in the Local Government a memorable one.

HRM Aragbiji, a lover of youths and quality education appreciated the Corps Members for paying him such a courtesy visit and appreciated the Local Government Inspector in person of Mr Gbenga Ajayi for championing the cause.


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Oba Olabomi shared the history of Iragbiji with the Corps Members as well as his own personal experience during his youth service year. He then urged all those present to understand the main goal of the NYSC Programme and make their mark before the end of their service year. He went further to congratulate those who will be passing out in few weeks encouraging them to carry along the discipline and trainings they’ve acquired during their service year and be good ambassador of the nation and contribute to the growth of the nation and humanity at large wherever they find themselves. “Think outside the box, think positively and survive positively”, he said.

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Lastly, the monarch prayed for all the Corps Members that Almighty God will continue to be with them and may they all experience success in their various career paths even after their service to the nation.

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Script and photographs by Adekunle Adewumi P(Officer to the Aragbiji of Iragbiji)

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