Chief Olumide Aderinokun continued his charitable gesture in Ogun Senatorial District with the commissioning of borehole projects in Mowe and Magboro communities in Obafemi-Owode Local Government Area on Friday.
The borehole projects executed by the Olumide and Stephanie Aderinokun is aimed at helping people with easy access to portable drinking water.
In addition to the borehole projects, two water tanks were mounted and generators were provided to pump the water when there is epileptic power supply.
Chief Aderinokun’s gesture came as a delight to the host communities which had key stakeholders including traditional rulers, youth leaders, market leaders and PDP executives in attendance.
The commissioning started in Folarin Community in Magboro and the second project was commissioned in Mowe market with 2019 People’s Democratic Party Governorship aspirant Hon. Ladi Adebutu in attendance in both locations.
“I thank God for helping me to give back to the people. I’m just doing my little best to ease the hardship on the people. They deserve better living conditions and leadership,” Chief Aderinokun said.
“This is just the starting point and as people can testify, we commissioned over 15 borehole projects already in the six Local Government Areas in Ogun Central so more developments are still coming.”
Meanwhile, Hon. Adebutu lauded the Akinruyiwa of Owu Kingdom for his humanitarian acts and he urged him to keep doing his best for humanity.
“I’m humble and proud of Olumide because his act of giving speaks for itself,” Hon. Adebutu remarked.
“As I said in June at the installation ceremony in Owu Kingdom, God will reward you for your kindness even if people don’t appreciate it.”
Aside the borehole projects, Chief Aderinokun, through his foundation – Olumide and Stephanie Aderinokun Foundation – has initiated several educational programmes and youth empowerment plans for people in Ogun Central.
These include the Free Fuel with Aderinokun which just concluded its second phase and the Aderinokun Mathematics Stimulants for students irrespective of age.