Oluwo of Iwoland, Oba AbdulRasheed Adewale Akanbi says the people of Iwo are hungry for more development after National Library situated in the city. Oba Akanbi commended Senator Oriolowo for facilitating the national library to Iwo, saying marginalization was past tense in the historical book of Iwoland.
Oluwo said the time has riped for a new era, noting his less than 5-year reign has been so fruitful and productive. He described Oriolowo as a promoter of quality governance as he encouraged other public office holders to borrow a leaf from the senator.
Oba Akanbi called on well-meaning sons and daughters of Iwoland to encourage the government through cooperation and protection of public and private properties. He extended his appreciation to the APC government led by President Muhammed Buhari for locating the Federal College of Education and National Library in Iwo, assuring his loyalty to such government addressing his subjects’ demands.
Oluwo challenged the youth to be peaceful in their conduct, noting that Iwo is always known for hospitality.
He said: “The season of joy is here in Iwo. I’m the happiest person seeing the coming of many federal presence to Iwo. Within my less than 5-year on the throne, we have gotten federal College of Education, National Library while we hope to get more. Iwo and her people is thirsty. My people are still hungry for more development”
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Oluwo continued: “The challenge before any responsible leader is the ability to serve and achieve more. Senator Oriolowo is a pride of Iwoland. I commend him for giving us quality governance”
“I challenged the sons, daughters and residents of Iwoland to demonstrate a high sense of patriotism to Iwoland in their political development agitations. My reign is opening Iwo to new progressive opportunities. It is just the beginning of a new era” He concluded.