On Akintola’s passion for job creation

As the country continues to battle with unemployment and under- employment, Chief Adeniyi Akintola (SAN), a governorship aspirant of the All progressive Congress (APC) in the last primary election in Oyo state has provided job opportunities for many youths to earn income through the Akintola movement.

This is good news and a refreshing sight that a renowned legal icon is using his good offices to assist the children of less-privileged. The aim and objective of Akintola movement is to use the platform to liberate young people, especially indigent law and medical students, from the shackles of poverty. He has been helping people secretly without making it known to the public.

The said Akintola movement has been of tremendous help to many people. One does not need to be in power before using your means to help the children of less privileged. While lauding Bamofin Adeniyi Akintola for his good gesture, I urge him extend his gesture to the poor widows in Oyo state and also not forget to provide  for the neglected children.

 

Jimoh Mumin Esq.

Ibadan

 

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