Saturday 24 February 2024

Akogun Fowowe Leads Ijesa Community Contribution at NIS Ilesa Passport Front Office

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It is common to hear that communities where government projects are sited and who are intended beneficiaries are too poor to contribute when referring to the sustainability of the projects that require community contribution.

However, evidence shows that community contribution is important to not only ensure commitment from the people but to encourage officers and workers running the project.

History was made on the side of Ijesa patriotism today as Texas based Akogun Gbenga Fowowe, Akogun of Ikeji-Arakeji, Oriade local government, Osun State  registered his name in the annals of benefactors of Immigration office in Ilesa where he presented the agency with a settee and partitioned the agency's corporate offices.

Accompanied by Commander Kunle Ige, head of mopol, Elder Wale Idowu, former Director General, OSBC and others, Chief Fowowe said he was inspired by the siting of the Passport office in Ilesa and felt moved that the office is in dire need of furniture .

He admonished privilege Ijesa to support the agency in all way possible to ease their service delivery.

Dr. Adetunji Adejumo, an associate of Chief Gbenga Fowowe appreciated the sense of industry of officers in the office with a pledge to assist the agency further

The Passport Control officer, DC ifedapo Osewolo appreciated profusely the kind heartedness of Chief Gbenga Fowowe with a promise to ensure the productive use of  the items donated by him.

Chief Gbenga Fowowe, Texas based Business Man is a passionate Ijesa man with the heart of philanthropy.

He has used his privileged position as a trucker and motor dealer to assist budding Ijesa entrepreneurs.

Touched by the vacuity of furniture at the PCO office, Ilesa, he went to work and got a settee supplied and sponsored the partitioning of the offices with a promise to intervene in the comfort of the officers.

(Photos; 📸 Oladimeji Lasore... Script; ✍️Wale Idowu & Oladimeji Lasore)

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