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Fayose’s Aide bags Award from the Students’ Community

The Personal Assistant to Gov. Ayodele Fayose on General Administration and Stomach Infrastructure, Mr. Sunday Anifowoshe has once again bagged an honorary award from the National Association of Polytechnic Students, NAPS.

The award was presented on Tuesday in Ado-Ekiti where friends and well-wishers of the awardee gathered to celebrate with the Ado born business tycoon cum politician.

Giving the acceptance speech, the awardee thanked God for His grace in his life, he thanked His Excellency, Chief Ayodele Fayose for giving him a platform to be celebrated; describing Fayose as his political father, benefactor and mentor whose leadership style he will continue to emulate.

Mr. Anifowoshe urged the students to do away with anything that can turn their future into a bleak one.

He said, “Considering the recent happenings in the country, the Nigerian students need to wake up from their slumber and join forces with the focused youths who are ready to bail the country out from the tyrants and party of deceits we have in the country now.

“Permit me to urge those who are yet to get their voter’s cards should go for it on time so as to kick out impunity in the country in 2019”.

Presenting the award, the National Public Relations Officer of the National Association of Polytechnic Students, Com. Olasunkanmi Ijaduoye said the association decided to bestow the honour to Mr. Anifowoshe due to his sense of humility and respect to all and sundry; stressing that only men of courage and confidence can be respected and celebrated.

Com. Olasunkanmi described Mr. Anifowoshe as a courageous icon, an astute and cognitive thinker, a seasoned analyst, an epitome of excellence with a great heart of gold who will get unflinching support from the entire students in the country if he and when he justles for any elective position.

“Your unrelenting contributions towards youth/students developmental projects and passion for education was also part of the criteria for this honour”, Olasunkanmi said.

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