Ogunmola pledges to invest in youths, Orile-Agege community
The managing director and Chief Executive Officer of Utiva, Eyitayo Ogunmola, has pledged to invest in youths and the Orile-Agege community. He gave the pledge during his conferment as Mayegun of Orile-Agege by Alaige of Orile-Agege Kingdom, Oba Alayeluwa Ambaliu Hakeem Agbedeyi.
The title was in recognition of Eyitayo’s humanitarian services for indigent Africans, particularly Nigerians, as well as his contributions to the development of his people and the kingdom where he was raised.
According to the monarch, Eyitayo was installed as the Mayegun of Orile-Agege for his contributions to the social and economic development of society over the years, adding that the honour was meant to encourage him to continue the good work and to also make contributions to the development of the society at large.
Ogunmola, popularly called “EyiEko,” a Nigerian tech entrepreneur and global talent development personality, while speaking with newsmen after his installation, expressed gratitude to Agbedeyi and Orile-Agege Kingdom for the honour done to him.
“With a heart full of joy and gratitude, I want to thank the Almighty God for His blessings. I deeply appreciate His Royal Majesty, Oba Ambaliu Hakeem Agbedeyi, the Alayige of Orile-Agege, and his cabinet for considering me worthy of this great honour.
“I feel really privileged and honoured, and I am quite excited for this opportunity to serve and contribute to the growth of the community,” he said.
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