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Ijede LCDA Chairman Extends Heartfelt Birthday Wishes to Chief Mrs. Olajumoke Benson


In a gesture of goodwill and celebration, the Executive Chairman of Ijede Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Hon. Motunrayo Gbadebo-Alogba, extended heartfelt birthday wishes to Chief Mrs. Olajumoke Benson, wife of the Member of the House of Representatives, Rep. Babajimi Adegoke Benson.

In a statement released earlier today, Hon. Gbadebo-Alogba conveyed her warm felicitations on behalf of the people of Ijede LCDA to Mrs. Olajumoke Benson, who marks her 50th birthday. The chairman described Mrs. Benson as "mother to many, a successful entrepreneur, and the chief supporter and confidant of my boss and leader, Rep. Babajimi Adegoke Benson, the lawmaker representing Ikorodu Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives.

Quoting the Executive Chairman, she said, "I heartily felicitate with Mrs. Olajumoke Benson on the occasion of her 50th birthday. On behalf of the good people of Ijede LCDA, I wish her many more rewarding years ahead. I pray the good Lord continue to guide, protect and preserve her.

The message underscores the appreciation and respect Mrs. Benson commands within the community and highlights the strong bond between the Benson family and the people of Ijede LCDA.

Chief Mrs. Olajumoke Benson's contributions to the community and her unwavering support for her husband's endeavors have endeared her to many, earning her accolades and well-wishes on this auspicious occasion.

As Mrs. Benson celebrates this significant milestone, the residents of Ijede LCDA join in sending their warmest regards, prayers for continued blessings, and wishes for many more fulfilling years ahead.

Happy birthday and hearty cheers, ma.

Hon. Motunrayo Gbadebo-Alogba.

Executive Chairman, Ijede LCDA.


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