Economy

Buhari congratulates former NACCIMA President, Agboola Odeyemi, on 79th birthday

<![CDATA[President Muhammadu Buhari, on Tuesday, sent warm birthday greetings to the former National President and Chairman of Council, Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture, NACCIMA, Chief John Agboola Odeyemi, as he turns 79 on April 4, 2018.

President Buhari felicitated with the diligent entrepreneur, his family, friends and professional colleagues, and the Ile-Ife community, where he holds the title of “Obasewa of Ile-Ife’’, which aptly captures his large-heartedness, loyalty and commitment to the service of humanity.

The President, in a statement, affirmed that Chief Odeyemi’s brilliance and versatility made an indelible mark in both the private and public sectors of the country, especially his immeasurable contributions to the National Political Reform Conference, National Council on Privatization, the Millennium Development Goals and the African Peer Review Mechanism.

“As Chief Odeyemi turns 79, President Buhari believes the wealth of experience he has acquired from setting up his own businesses, managing many corporate entities and translating his passion for helping the poor and underprivileged into foundations will always be useful for the development of the country.

“The President prays that the Almighty God will grant the highly respected investor more years of good health, wisdom, and strength to continue serving the country,” the statement said.]]>

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