Philantropist Today: HRH Oba Stephen Agbaje , the Okpashi of Ekpese Commends Bose Adebayo for fulfilled promises

 

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" We promise according to our hopes and perform according to the level of our conscience " - Jacky Collins ( RIP)


By Mike Cerutti Osagie
( Africa's most outstanding humanitarian writer of the year )



For keeping to her words as bond made to her local community late last year, His Royal Highness( HRH) Oba Stephen Agbaje ,the Okpashi of Ekpese has written an emotional letter of gratitude to  London based Miss Bose Adeboyo for keeping her words and bringing joy to her people


In the message of goodwill, the Oba admonished Adebayo by quoting Apostle Peter in Act 3v 6 saying " Gold or silver we have not for you, what we have is prayers for you and blessings as you have fulfilled the promise you made at the town hall last year and has today provided our community with a massive borehole that will help many drink portable water; we pray the good Lord meets all your heart desire in life " he wrote

Speaking to Cerutti Humanitarian Unit on her gesture, Miss Bose Adebayo said she returns all the Glory to God





" I have been living in London for the better part of my life, but my heart has always been with my local community in Akoko-Edo, I know the importance of portable drinking water and I am humbled and grateful to God that I could fulfil my pledge to them"




• God guide the givers!

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