Amofin Beulah Adeoye Visits Monarchs In Oke Ogun, Discussed Empowerment Initiatives

President of the Beulah Adeoye Foundation, Amofin Beulah Adeoye, on Thursday paid a courtesy visit to the Council of Oke Ogun Obas, headed by the Chairman, HRM Oba Khalid Olabisi (The Okere of Saki).

The meeting which was hosted by His Royal Majesty, Oba Ademola Adisa Abioye II (The Eleyinpo of Ipapo).

Amofin Beulah Adeoye deeply appreciated the Obas for the genuine security measures put in place and for bridging local gaps across the communities in Oke Ogun.

He equally seized the opportunity to discuss the goals and visions of the foundation with the highly revered Obas. He said, “The Beulah Adeoye Foundation is dedicated to empowering underserved communities through education, healthcare, and economic development initiatives. The foundation aims to create sustainable change by providing resources and opportunities for growth and self-sufficiency while equally giving top-notch opportunities to youths to foster the development of the nation.”

“At the moment, we are distributing the Beulah Women’s Fund, targeted to help women scale up their businesses and cushion the effects of the current economic downturn. In addition, on Wednesday, the 17th of July, we will be commemorating World Youth Day by empowering youths with various skills and capital for establishment,” he added.

The Obas, who were happy beyond measure, commended the President, Amofin Beulah, and the entire members of the Beulah Adeoye Foundation for the rigorous sacrifices and works put in place to support, improve, and scale up local businesses.

HRM Oba Khalid Olabisi, the Chairman of Oke Ogun Obas, who spoke on behalf of the Oke Ogun Monarchs, said, “Initiatives like this are rare, and we must sincerely appreciate your creativity and generosity for setting up a foundation of this kind.”

Other Obas at the meeting include Aseyin of Iseyin, Onjo of Okeho, Iba of Kishi, Sabigana of Igana, Alamodu of Ago Amodu, Onigbeti of Igbeti, Alepata of Igboho, Ilu Igbo of Igbojaye, Olokaka of Okaka, Onitede of Tede, Oniro of Otu, Aare of Ago Are, Ajoriwin of Irawo, Alado of Ado Awaye, Alawaye of Awaye, Elero of Ilero, Onisabo of Ogbooro, Oloje of Oje Owode, Onidiko of Idiko, Bagijan of Ilaji Ile, Amunijo of Ijio, Onigboho of Igboho, Ona onibode of Igboho, Gegun of Ayetoro, Alapodun of Elekokan, Onibise of Otu, Onisia of Iwoye, Oniro of Komu, Alagbonle of Agbonle, Onigbope of Gbope, Oniserin of Iserin, Aare of Ofiki and Ondiko of Idiko.

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