Honorable Commissioner for Education, Wemi Jones, FCIB, supports EBIDUNMI Dynasty’s foundation laying ceremony in Oke-Offin

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***promising a bright future for education and development in the community

The Honorable Commissioner for Education, Honorable Wemi Jones, FCIB attended EBIDUNMI Dynasty Okeleyiye Clan in Oke-Offin Bunu, Kabba/ Bunu LGA.

Ebidunni Dynasty is a prominent and well recognized family in Oke-Offin. The family used the maiden occasion to solicit support for the foundation laying of the Ebiduni Hall.

The Honorable Commissioner who was the special guest of honor at the Maiden of EBIDUNMI Dynasty Day congratulates the family and wishes them more celebration

The Honorable Commissioner assures the community of the commitment of the state government in the education sector in the state

The honourable Commissioner at the event was warmly received by the members of the EBIDUNMI Dynasty and the entire Oke-Offin community. In his address, he commended the family for their efforts in promoting unity and development within the clan.

The foundation laying of the Ebiduni Hall is seen as a significant step towards providing a communal space for gatherings, meetings, and events in the area. The Commissioner’s generous support towards the project is expected to boost the construction process and help create a lasting legacy for the EBIDUNMI Dynasty.

The event was attended by traditional leaders, community leaders, and members of the public who all expressed their gratitude to the Honorable Commissioner for his presence and support. The atmosphere was filled with excitement and anticipation for the future developments that the Ebiduni Hall will bring to Oke-Offin.

With the commitment of both the EBIDUNMI Dynasty and the State Government, the community is poised for a brighter future in terms of education, unity, and infrastructural development. The foundation laying ceremony marked a milestone in the history of Oke-Offin and the EBIDUNMI Dynasty, setting the stage for even greater accomplishments in the years to come.

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