MOA: Senator Solomon and Hon. Ayinla Pledge Support For Community Development

Posted on July 11, 2024
In a heartwarming display of support and solidarity, Distinguished Senator Ganiyu Olanrewaju Solomon and Hon. Bolaji Yussuf Ayinla welcomed the leadership of Mushin Odi-Olowo Agenda (MOA) to their residences, pledging their continued backing for the organization’s noble endeavours.

 

Senator Solomon, a champion of community development, praised MOA’s unwavering dedication to fostering peace and unity in Mushin and Odi-Olowo. He expressed his admiration for the organization’s steadfastness and commitment to the growth and development of the local government.

Hon. Ayinla, a respected leader and advocate for progress, also commended MOA’s efforts, acknowledging the significant impact of their initiatives on the community. He reiterated his support for the organization’s agenda, emphasizing the importance of collaboration and unity in achieving meaningful progress.

These endorsements serve as a testament to MOA’s tireless efforts and their commitment to creating a brighter future for all. As the organization continues to strengthen ties with stakeholders, it is clear that the unity agenda will pave the way for a more prosperous and harmonious community.”

Comr. Muritala Olakunle Salami, President of Mushin Odi-Olowo Agenda (MOA), expressed his heartfelt gratitude to Senator Ganiyu Olanrewaju Solomon and Hon. Bolaji Yussuf Ayinla for their unwavering support to the organization. He praised their leadership and commitment to the development of Mushin and Odi-Olowo.

“I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to you for all the time support that you have been giving to us since the inception of the organization,” Comr. Salami said. “We are delighted to have you as our stakeholders and partners in progress. We promise to continue fostering the unity, peace, and growth of Mushin and Odi-Olowo Ojuwoye LCDA and by extension, Lagos State.”

Hon. Noah Olaitan Oshifeso, Chairman of the Board of Trustees (BOT) of MOA, also expressed his delight and joy at seeing the organization grow with total commitment, contributing significantly to the progress of the local government councils in all capacities.

The highlight of the visitations was the taking of pictures and the offering of prayers for the stakeholders and members of the organization. The atmosphere was filled with joy, gratitude, and a sense of unity, as the leaders and members of MOA celebrated their shared commitment to the development of their community.

With this visit, MOA has reaffirmed its dedication to building bridges and fostering collaboration with stakeholders, ensuring a brighter future for all in Mushin, Odi-Olowo, and beyond.

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