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Oyetola’s Hand of Fellowship Initiative Launched to Provide Food and Cash Support in Osun

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In recognition of the remarkable service rendered by former Osun State Governor Adegboyega Oyetola, a new initiative called Oyetola’s Hand of Fellowship (OHOF) has been launched to extend vital food and cash support to over 5000 vulnerable individuals in Modakeke.

With a primary focus on widows and individuals aged 70 and above, OHOF aims to honor Alhaji Adegboyega Oyetola’s contributions to the region while addressing the pressing needs of the least privileged.

During his four-year tenure, Oyetola’s governance in Osun State set a standard that is challenging to rival, let alone surpass. In homage to his dedicated service, OHOF seeks to make a tangible difference in the lives of those most in need.

By distributing food and cash as a form of support, the initiative aims to provide sustenance and relief to thousands of individual yearly for the next four years.

The OHOF program acknowledges the importance of assisting widows and the elderly, who often face heightened challenges in meeting their basic needs.

By targeting these vulnerable groups, the initiative aims to alleviate their struggles and foster a sense of renewed hope within the community.

Oyetola’s hand of Fellowship is an initiative of Hon. Kayode Sowade through an existing foundation called Rachael Adebimpe Foundation ( RAF) which sponsored the Independence Day Essay Competition throughout the tenure of Gboyega Oyetola as Governor of Osun, where many cash gift including a brand new car were given to the winners of the competition

The maiden edition is expected to commence by July, 2nd, 2023 at Modakeke

Hon. Kayode Sowade urged the community, as well as the media, to support and help spread awareness about this initiative. Together, through concerted efforts, the goal is to make a substantial and lasting positive impact on the lives of those in need.

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