Rep. Bamidele Salam celebrates Dr. Deji Adeleke at 64

The Honourable Member representing Ede North, Ede South, Egbedore and Ejigbo federal constituency of Osun State in the National Assembly, Representative Bamidele Salam has felicitated with the Chairman of Pacific Holdings Ltd, Dr Deji Adeleke on the occasion of his 64th birthday.

In a release issued in Ede, Osun State today, Salam described Dr Adeleke as a rare gift to humanity whose record of service in community development, business, religion and Philanthropy remain indelible in the annals of individuals and societies around the world.

Salam said the testimonials of thousands of individuals and families about how the founder of Adeleke University, Ede has at various times risen to offer help to them in times of need abounds everyday, thus resulting into thanksgiving to God.

In the words of the lawmaker, ” You have modelled many lives and you remain a model to all those who seek to live a life of simplicity, integrity, hardwork and sacrifice. Those of us who have drank from your fountain of love continue to wish that we can at least take on half of these attributes God has given you so that the world will be a better place for all”

While describing the 64 years on earth of Dr. Deji Adeleke as an evidence of God’s love unto him, the lawmaker prayed that the grace of God multiplies in the life of the celebrant so that he can offer more service to humanity and bring more people to the knowledge of the Almighty God.

Representative Salam also prayed that God grants the Adelekes greater grace to continue to affect the world for good in all spheres.

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