Barr. Babatunde Irukera: Celebrating a Statesman with uncommon Credentials

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Appreciative of the uncommon but tortuous sacrifices some great men had made through their sweat and toil in the world’s annals of humanitarianism, just as Frederick Washington Douglass, an African-American social reformer, writer and statesman had tersely submitted that, “If there’s no struggle there’s no progress.
Those who profess to favour humanity and yet deprecate welfarism, are men who want crops without plowing the ground, they want rain without thunder and lightening, they want ocean without the awful roars of its many waters.

In the words of the world’s renowned leadership and development expert, John Maxwell, “One of the greatest values of mentors is the ability to see ahead what others cannot see and to help them navigate a course to their destination.”

Barrister Babatunde Irukera is often endorsed to have played and still playing the role of mentor. You proved it that when there is a will there is a way, keep it up with your great leadership sir.

Your birthday is like a festival for me, I pray that you live many more years of impact with your simplicity and beautiful smile.

I have hardly seen any political leader or mentor who had been worked so hard with extreme dedication like you. Thousands of applause are less for you. A grand salute to a political and humanity legend.

May God bless you with lots of joy and happiness and many happy returns of the day.
Happy birthday sir!

Elder Gideon Ayodele
Publisher/Editor in Chief
The PROJECTOR News and Pics

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