Labour Party Congratulates Senator Yayi on His 54th Birthday 

 Labour Party has felicitated with the Senator representing Ogun West Senatorial District, Senator Olamilekan Solomon Adeola, Yayi as he turned 54 years.

(Labour Party National Publicity Secretary Dr. Abayomi Arabambi, on behalf of ALH BASHIRU LAMIDI APAPA Led National Working Committee Labour Party   joined the entire good people of Ogun West, the good people of Ogun State ,the National assembly, friends and family of the Senator in celebrating the years of remarkable achievements and awards that have culminated into the success recorded today.

Dr Arabambi, in a statement issued in Abeokuta extolled Yayi's humility, simplicity and discipline in providing exceptional and people oriented lawmaking for the red chamber for some years by diligently bridging the gaps and creating a harmonious atmosphere in his contribution to debates and exchange of ideas for national development.

He affirmed that the Senator's personal attributes of selflessness, maturity and friendliness have substantially eased the relationship between the executive and the legislative arm, resulting in the sponsorship of bills that directly impact on the livelihood of Nigerians.

 Recalling his various people  oriented bills he sponsored and various empowerment and development he brought to his constituents, Arabambi expressed confidence that Nigeria’s future can only be secured with great leadership like Senator Yayi who, according to him, are fired with the zeal to build one great nation that everyone can call a home.

The Party prayed that the almighty God will grant Senator Adeola longer life, good health and wisdom to serve the country and humanity.

LP notes that Nigerians will remember Yayi as he is fondly called, for his awesome contributions to human development and bridging the gap between the poor and the rich. 

The Party prays that God will bless and take the consumate, astute people oriented, capacity , discipline and very distinguished politician and accountant to greater heights.”

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