Hon. (Dr) Temitope Olatoye Sugar Commended for His Philanthropic Gestures



By Chief Mike Osagie De Cerutti
(SMS LINE: +234 7072631895 /chiefcerrutti@gmail.com)

A London based equality champion and youth leader, PRINCESS Bose Adebayo has commended   Hon. (Dr) Temitope Olatoye Sugar in conjunction with Olatoye Sugar Foundation  for their effort to begin another masses oriented empowerment programme to cut across all the nooks and crannies of Oyo State.
According to the Adebayo, such move must be commended for the fact that , Hon. Olatoye-Sugar being a very passionate Federal honorable that Oyo State ever produced recentely  kick off the  OSF FREE HEALTH-CARE Mission in Ibadan on Thursday, 24th August, 2017. The train shall thereafter route Oke-Ogun, Oyo, Ogbomosho and Ibarapa zones respectively.
Despite the fact that Hon Sugar represents the good people of Lagelu / Akinyele federal constituency at the House of Representatives, Abuja but with his love and kindness as a grassroot politician, he deliberately spread his tentacles to other local governments in the state.

To whom much is given, much is expected. The programme will commence on Thursday 24th August, 2017 by 10am at APC Party office, Ejioku in Lagelu Local Government. Various goods like cars, freezers , sewing machines, grinding machines, Ileya rams and rice will be given to people within the fourteen wards in the local government. All the party leaders, executives and party members are expected to be present.

HEAR Bose "We want GOD fearing politicians like OSF, we want men that will serve people and give back to the society, he is no doubt a arre breed and we must contunue to pray and wish him all the best," she posited to WORLD LEADERS 

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