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Oba Nojeemdeen Oladele Odugbem, the Olu of Lisa kingdom.

Ogun Monarch Urges Nigerians To Reflect On Lessons Of Ramadan For Positive Change

LISA KINGDOM, OGUN STATE, NIGERIA – The Olu of Lisa kingdom, Oba Nojeemdeen Oladele Odugbemi, has called on Nigerians to let the lessons of Ramadan inspire positive change in their lives.

Speaking at a ceremony where bags of rice were distributed to thousands of individuals in the Lisa community, Oba Odugbemi emphasized the significance of Ramadan as a time for seeking forgiveness and charting a new course for societal development.

He urged unity and prayer among Nigerians to maintain the country’s unity in the face of security and economic challenges.

Also, Oba Odugbemi urged the government to urgently address the issue of food crisis, stressing the need for proactive measures to tackle food scarcity during the rainy season.

The monarch advised government authorities to adopt economic policies with a human face to alleviate tension and ease the suffering of the populace.

He called for support for President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s administration in revamping the nation’s economy, while urging the government to implement more economic strategies to alleviate the plight of the less privileged.

In addition to distributing rice palliatives, Oba Odugbemi provided cash gifts to the elderly and vulnerable individuals, as well as empowering market women at the Oja Oba Irewolede market in Lisa to enhance their trading activities.

The distribution of rice was also extended to organizations and security and health personnel in the Lisa community.

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