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International Women’s Day: The Chronicler Newspaper Honours Prof. Aina, Braimoh-Agoro, Others

International Women’s Day: The Chronicler Newspaper Honours Prof. Aina, Braimoh-Agoro, Others

Women from various fields of human endeavors from Oke-Ogun area of Oyo State and Oyo State in general were on parade of celebration by The Chronicler Newspaper on Tuesday as the world marks the 2022 International Women’s Day.

The newspaper picked on the individuals to appreciate their efforts at improving the lives of poor women, widows, indigent students and the girl child.

Among those honored by the online publication is Prof. Olubukola Aina Adeogun of the Toxicology Department of the University of Ibadan, Mrs Folashade Braimoh-Agoro, an indigene of Iseyin, based in the United Kingdom and Mrs Titilayo Ahmadu, a member of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso (LAUTECH)’s governing council.

Others are Dr. (Mrs) Ayodele Busari, the Executive Secretary of Oyo State Local Government Pensions Board and Mrs Mulikat Folashade Lawal, the wife of former member, Federal House of Representative, representing Iseyin, Kajola, Itesiwaju and Iwajowa, Hon. Abiodun Olasupo.

According to the Publisher of The Chronicler Newspaper, the women have overtime, contributed towards lifting the spirits of the downtrodden women and the young ones in the society through scholarship programs, special donations towards widows’ welfare as well as sponsorship of advocacy events against moral decadence among youths.

”These women are among many others that have touched the lives of the people in the rural area, especially in Oke-Ogun and Oyo State in general, we picked on them for today’s honor so they may not relent on their oars, there are still many for them to do.

”They are our mothers and sisters, they are into academics, public service and private businesses and as much as they are not billionaires, they still go all out to impact their society, especially those in need of scholarship, widows that need support as well as the vulnerable women and girls in our society, they deserve more than this, but God has always had a way to recompense them, they will grow more in strength and prosperity.”

The Chronicler Newspaper promised to use the commemoration of special days like International Women’s Day, Father’s Day among others to honor individuals that have impacted the society annually.

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