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@ 58: ARISE WOMEN CONVENER, SIJU ILUYOMADE SAYS HER PASSION IS TO LIFT THE LESS PRIVILEGED, SUPPORT HUMANITY GLOBALLY

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Her efforts to empower the less privileged people and support the effort of government in every area of endeavor have been acclaimed to be one of the most outstanding among the lots, who follow the same passion as hers. Regardless of religion, tribe, ethnicity Dr Siju Iluyomade has continued to give her all to better the life of many, using her Arise Women Foundation to intervene in so many areas of human needs.

This trait of hers, many agreed, resonated to the birth of the Non-Government Organisation (NGO). Not only that, Siju, as she’s fondly called, is known to have nurtured charitable hopes and determination to help women efficiently thrive in life. She institutionalized the Handmaidens Women in Leadership Series (HWILS) to build intentional leaders.

While speaking recently during one of her programs, Dr. Siju who will on January 8 2022 celebrate her 58th birthday by giving out to the less privileged in parts of the country says “ my dream is to make sure Arise affects every parts of human life globally in terms of health, housing, education, empowerment, farming and many more”.  The gorgeously beautiful woman of substance  disclosed again that ,” in the last 14 years, we have achieved so much by putting structures like Hospitals, School buildings, Computerised library, boreholes are some of the many infrastructures we have built-in many communities like Dafara, Kabusa in Abuja, Ondo, Imo, Kebbi and the Lagos States just to mention but few”

The Arise Covid-19 Clinic through her initiative has also been activated where Booster and Covid-19 vaccines have been given to people through support from the Lagos State government. A lawyer of many decades, through her humanitarian work, she has also branded a food basket called ‘ARISE PINK BUCKET’. The content includes food items like rice, semo, tomato paste, groundnut which are distributed to every local government in Lagos State has already started with Amuwo-Odofin LG.

 

It is also of note that, despite Siju being the ever-supportive wife to Pastor Idowu Iluyomade of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), City of David and Arise Women being a faith-based NGO, she has not discriminated in giving succour to the less privileged in the country regardless of their ethnic, tribal or religious affinity.

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Akinwale Abidakun’s Astronomic Rise

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Akinwale Matthew Feyiyemi Abidakun with the sobriquet Wale Tomtom is not a rookie in the much saturated real estate business in Nigeria. In fact, he has been making giant strides for years selling collateral property for several Nigerian banks for loan defaulting customers. Since he graduated from the University of Ilorin in sociology and anthropology in 2003, after his mandatory Youth service, he was employed by Resort International and Bi-courtney group as an Executive Assistant to Chairman Chief Wale Babalakin (SAN). It was at this point his journey to entrepreneurship started as he sharpen and harnessed his entrepreneurial mindset for the great task ahead.

After his M.sc at the University of Leeds in 2009, Abidakun kickstarted his Bluemart reality property firm in 2014. In less than five years, he was able to turn the fortune of the moribund property outfit into a high-flying brand currently making waves with a long list of clienteles. A few days ago at the SouthWest Advancement Award, Oriental Hotel, Lekki, Lagos, the Rotarian and father of two bagged an award as the Outstanding Youth Personality of the year for his contribution to youth advocacy, business success and humanitarian service.

 

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Lagos Special Adviser on Housing Toke Benson-Awoyinka’s Sterling Qualities

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If you have ever met Hon. Adetoke Benson-Awoyinka, one thing is archetypal about her she does not give in to mediocrity or ever settled for less all her life. She loves to raise the bar high and her taste is top-notch more reason all she achieved all her life comes with resounding success. She is no run-of-the-mill with her background as a seasoned technocrat and legal practitioner with years of experience and practice in Insurance Law including Underwriting policies, Risk and Claims Management, Litigation, Probate and Land matters at Yemi Peters & Co and then to B.O Benson Law firm before delving into the murky waters of politics.

Just like the fabled Kahrites the greek goddess of grace, beauty, adornment, joy and mirth, the law graduate from the Lagos State University LASU is pure-hearted like Lesedi La Rona’s type IIA diamond. Despite being a Lawyer and Technical Consultant; Head of Corporate Strategy and Policy implementation at Dvyn Inc. in the United States, she never forgot her roots in advocating for better governance. She returned to Nigeria to form a team that crafted the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) whose main aim was for the development of Western Nigeria.

On her return, it never took long for her leadership skills and ability to think outside the box to be noticed. After several attempts to represent the good people of Ikeja Federal Constituency at the lower National Assembly, her detractors were shocked by her occultic followership and the love she enjoyed across the constituency. In 2019, she was appointed Special Adviser on Housing to the Governor of Lagos. After over three years in charge, the housing ministry has witnessed massive revitalization, coordination and regularization. With lofty ideals, she ensured proper regulatory measures within the real estate development sector in Lagos State. She also ensured strict compliance and adequate punishment for defaulters. As of today, the Housing sector has witnessed a massive boom which is giving birth to the urbanization of Lagos to meet the mega city status and also meet the housing deficit according to the teeming demand.

On the 12th of June, the soft-spoken woman celebrated her 55th birthday with not much fanfare. Although she was celebrated by well-wishers to the high heavens with plenty of phone calls, newspaper advertorials, text messages, text messages and social media posts. Unlike last year, when she threw a big soiree in Lagos, she chose to celebrate on a very low profile with her immediate family and few friends as she gave thanks to her creator for allowing her to witness another year on earth.

 

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Late Chief Sunny Omoregie Asemota Buried in Grand Style

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During his heydays, Late Chief Sunny Omoregie Asemota, the Chairman of Sunny Motors and Omoregie Motors, is one wealthy Nigerian whose indelible footprints in Nigeria’s auto business have remained a reference point for many decades. Starting as a salesman, he ensured he was the best among his peers winning several awards of excellence as a reward for his hard work. He is a man who loves luxury and he also oozes class with panache. Anytime he saunters into any event he is always looking gracious with his gait and composure. Within the high society, the octogenarian billionaire was well-loved as he attends most shindigs in the company of his heartthrob Ireti. The Edo State-born auto-mogul shocked many when he bid this sinful world farewell on the 19th of May while asleep at the age of 87.

Last weekend, the late scion was given a befitting burial by his family as it was followed by a mega-alluring soiree in Lekki Lagos. At the burial soiree, the high society, captains of industries and business moguls converged in Lagos to pay their last respect. It was a convergence of the high and mighty as the family hosted the very best and classy party to celebrate the successful burial of their late father. Those spotted at the burial ceremony were; Temilade Remi Adeoye, Moji Gbajumo, Aliko Dangote, Olu Okeowo, Razak and Sade Okoya, Governor Dapo Abiodun, Segun Awolowo, Segun and Derin Agbaje, Osagie Okunbor, Chief James Ibori, Senami Sosu-Ibori, Tayo Ayeni, Chief Alex Duduyemi, Erelu Abiola Dosunmu, Senator Florence Ita-Giwa, Abba Folawiyo, Sen Daisy Danjuma, Aliko Dangote, Wale Tinubu, Lolade Awodipe, Angela Ebagua, Lanre, Kemi and Femi Dasilva, Elizabeth Ekohor, Nkiru Anumudu, Lanre Folawiyo, Reni Folawiyo, Bola Ayeni, Shade Afilaka, General lke and Gwendolyn Nwachukwu, Lanre and Dupe Ogunlesi, Fehintola Bada, Yemisi Wada, Nana Otedola, Terry Waya, Bolanle Austen-Peters, Gbemi Shasoe, Titi Ogunbanjo, Hakeem Muri-Okunola Tola Adegbite, Shola Coker and a host of others.

  

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