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Eid-el-Kabir:Tegbe Visits De-Damak, Ajimobis, Ibadan Elders

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Eid-el-Kabir:Tegbe Visits De-Damak, Ajimobis, Ibadan Elders

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Ibadan-born philantropist and the convener of Tegbe Foundation, Engr Joseph Olasunkanmi Tegbe, visited prominent religious and community leaders as part of activities marking the Eid-el Kabir festivities.

Tegbe, who sought the APC ticket for the 2019 election was spotted at the home of the Aare Musulumi of Yorubaland, Delta and Edo states, Chief Dahud Akinola. He used the opportunity to interact with chieftain of the APC, including an aide to the Wife of the President, Hon Funke Adesiyan, a Senatorial aspirant on the platform of the party, Chief Femi Olaore among others

Our correspondent had earlier observed the presence of the technology expert at the Oluyole residence of the late former Governor of the state, Sen Abiola Ajimobi where he marked the festivities with the family and political associates of the former Governor.

Tegbe, who was named Most Distinguished Ibadan Indigene also used the opportunity to visit some prominent Ibadan Elders, while playing host to numerous politicians and residents at his Bodija residence, as part of activities marking the Sallah.

Ibadan-born philantropist and the convener of Tegbe Foundation, Engr Joseph Olasunkanmi Tegbe, visited prominent religious and community leaders as part of activities marking the Eid-el Kabir festivities.

Tegbe, who sought the APC ticket for the 2019 election was spotted at the home of the Aare Musulumi of Yorubaland, Delta and Edo states, Chief Dahud Akinola. He used the opportunity to interact with chieftain of the APC, including an aide to the Wife of the President, Hon Funke Adesiyan, a Senatorial aspirant on the platform of the party, Chief Femi Olaore among others.

Our correspondent had earlier observed the presence of the technology expert at the Oluyole residence of the late former Governor of the state, Sen Abiola Ajimobi where he marked the festivity with the family and political associates of the former Governor.

Tegbe, who was named Most Distinguished Ibadan Indigene also used the opportunity to visit some prominent Ibadan Elders, while playing host to numerous politicians and residents at his Bodija residence, as part of activities marking the Sallah.

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