Akarigbo of Remo eulogized for contribution to peace, development of Ogun community
Group Managing Director (GMD) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Adron Homes, Aare Adetola EmmanuelKing, has lauded the Akarigbo, and Paramount Ruler of Remo-Land, Oba Babatunde Adewale Ajayi for his contribution to peace and development of his community.
He eulogised the monarch during his visit to the palace in commemoration of Akarigbo’s 5th anniversary on the throne.
EmmanuelKing, who led members of the firm to the palace, congratulated the monarch on his Diamond Jubilee celebration and his successful five years of steadily steering the throne of his fathers.
He said: “Five years of your pragmatic leadership, coupled with your unifying qualities, abilities, and relentless attraction of investors to Remoland and the state at large, has transformed the entire Remo Land into a development hub.
“Remo growth and development under your headship and influence, promoted self-expression and developed a bond beyond Remoland, to other countries where Remo indigenes are domiciled.
“We have reached a point in the growth of Nigeria as a whole where we cannot be undermined because of the leadership of the current Akarigbo of Remoland.
“Remo is now a safe area to live and conduct business without risk to people’s lives or property.
On her part, Adron Homes Non-Executive Director, Public Affairs and International Relations, Kemi Osude Laniyan, re-affirmed the company’s commitment to helping the communities of Remo Land.
“As a company, through our Corporate social responsibility (CSR), we have consistently put our host communities’ welfare at the forefront of our activities; we have touched their lives in various areas, such as education, security, and health, to name just a few, and we will continue to affect positively the lives and welfare of people,” she said.
Responding, the Akarigbo thanked them for coming to honour him and pledged to keep steering the activities of Remo Land to greater heights. He also bestowed blessings on them.
Governor Zulum (middle) during the visit