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Feast of Generosity: Hon. (Lion) Batife Daisi's Christmas Relief Package Brings Joy and Abundance to Majidun


It's that time of the year again, where the curtain falls on the journey of 2023 and the festive spirit of Christmas envelops the world, celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Amidst this season of joy, Hon. (Lion) Batife Daisi, the Deputy Leader of the IKD West legislative chamber and Councillor representing Majidun, Ward B, has partnered with the Omituntun Ambassador Group of Nigeria to bring forth the Christmas Relief Package.

With the aim of alleviating the challenges posed by the surge in food prices during the holiday season, Hon. (Lion) Batife Daisi is set to distribute this year's Christmas Relief Package to the residents of Majidun and its surrounding areas. This initiative stands as a testament to his commitment to easing the burdens faced by the community, especially during times of celebration and togetherness.

Scheduled for December 21st, 2023, the annual relief package distribution will take place at Soga Lekomo Hall, Majidun, starting at 12:00 pm. This event serves as a beacon of hope for the local residents, ensuring that they can partake in the festive season with a sense of joy and relief. Hon. (Lion) Batife Daisi's dedication to the welfare of his constituents shines through in this endeavor.

As a gesture of transparency and commitment, the announcement is e-signed by Hon. (Lion) Batife Daisi, proudly holding the position of Deputy Leader in the Ikorodu West LCDA, and serving as the Councilor Representing Ward B, Majidun. His electronic signature reinforces the authenticity of this initiative, emphasizing the importance of community support and shared celebrations during the Christmas season.


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