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Ipetumodu benefits as 80-bed Buhari’s legacy hospital commissioned Tuesday

By BASHIR ADEFAKA

The serene community of Ipetumodu, in Ife North Local Government Area of Osun State, came alive on Tuesday when the 80-bed built by the Muhammadu Buhari administration was commissioned for full use in the township community.

The DEFENDER reports that the hospital has been built under the auspices of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) signed in to by the administration of President Buhari, who a son of the soil, has served since 2015 as Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Dr. Femi Adesina.

Acknowledging the gesture that is considered by many as laudable coming six days to the end of the administration of President Buhari, Dr. Adesina, in a post on his verified Facebook social media page, said:

“My own dear native land, the good old town, Ipetumodu, in Ife North Local Government Area of Osun State, was in a festive mood on Tuesday, May 23,2023.

“What happened? It was day to commission the 80-bed hospital built by the Muhammadu Buhari administration, under the auspices of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

“Osun State Deputy Governor, Prince Kola Adewusi, was on hand to represent Gov Ademola Adeleke in flagging off the fully equipped hospital, while the Apetu of Ipetumodu, Oba Prof Joseph Olugbenga Oloyede led the retinue of Obas from neighboring Asipa, Yakoyo, and other towns. Edunabon was represented by the Asalu of the town.

“The elated people turned out in droves, drumming and dancing. It was truly a red letter day.

“As a ‘Shon of the Shoil.’ your’s truly was equally there.

“The Senior Special Assistant to the President on SDGs, Princess (Dr) Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire, was represented by a powerful. delegation.

“Ipetumodu will surely remember President Buhari for good. And it is just the beginning of good things to happen,” Dr. Femi Adesina said.

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