Governor Adeleke Salutes Barrister Owolade at 70

Governor Adeleke Salutes Barrister Owolade at 70

OSOGBO– 16/03/2024–

The Executive Governor of Osun State, Senator Ademola Adeleke has felicitated with the Chairman of the Osun State University Teaching Hospital Board, Barrister Niyi Owolade, eulogizing him as an embodiment of virtues and selfless service.

Governor Adeleke recognizes Barrister Owolade’s long history of service, which reflects dedication and sacrifices, acknowledging him as a strong pillar of support in the pursuit of a greater Osun state.

The Governor celebrates the legal luminary’s life of impacts and contributions, which are manifest in his meritorious service to the state as a Deputy Speaker, Osun State House of Assembly when late Senator Isiaka Adetunji Adeleke, and later as a Commissioner under Chief Bisi Akande and thereafter, Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola under whom he served as the Attorney-General of the state, and now, as the Chairman of UTH Board.

“I join family, friends and associates in celebrating a leader of note and a great source of strength, Honourable (Barrister) Niyi Owolade. Hon. Owolade reflects selfless contribution and inspires devotion to impacting lives,” the Governor noted in a congratulatory message.

“As he turns 70 today, I offer my very best wishes and salute him for his doggedness and untainted loyalty to a good cause, which stood him out as a great asset, not only to Osun state but the entire humanity.

“I urges Barr Owolade to continue to use his wealth of experience, wisdom and knowledge in guiding young people to pursuing their dreams, and most importantly, to keep us with his supports for the success of this administration.

“My prayer is that God Almighty bless him with all he ever hoped for, and grant him more celebrations in good health and prosperity. Congratulations to a good leader and a dependable ally.”

Mallam Olawale Rasheed,
The Spokesperson to the Osun State Governor

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