His Royal Highness, the Olofa of Offa, Oba Miftaudeen Gbadamosi Esuwoye II, has charged the leadership of Nasrul-Lahi-l-Fatih Society to consider the urgent development of its property at Aseese, along the Lagos Ibadan expressway proposed for an International Islamic Center as a top agenga.
The royal father gave the advice when the leadership of the leading organisation, led by Engr Kamil Bolarinwa paid Oba Gbadamosi a courtesy visit as part of a 4-day working visit to the Kwara Zone of the society.
In his speech, Oba Gbadamosi charged the society to live up to expectation as a pace setting islamic society adding that there was weak presence of Islamic Organisations along the Lagos Ibadan Expressway.
Earlier Engr Bolarinwa had paid similar courtesy visits to the palace of Elerin of Erin ile Oba Abdulganiyu Ajibola Olusokun II as well as the palace of Onijagbo Oba Salaudeen Fagbemi and Oba of Ajase ipo and Olomupo all in the same axis.
The NASFAT President’s tour of Kwara zone commenced in Ilorin with an interactive session with stakeholders of the Society. Bolarinwa expressed gratitude to the leadership of the zone for the various impactful projects accomplished by the zone, promising to address all issues raised at the forum with dispatch. Earlier, a delegation led by the Vice President of the Society, Barr. Alh. Sulaimon Fagbemi had received the President at Ilorin Int’l Airport with a lot of funfare.
The President also inaugurated a new branch of the Society in Ijagbo, cahrging the new executive of the branch to fear Allah in the discharge of their duties.