Sultan Inaugurates the Newly Constructed Adogba Central Mosque Funded by Governor Seyi Makinde

Governor Seyi Makinde

The Tadhamunul Muslimeen Mosque in Ibadan, graciously funded by Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde, was officially inaugurated by the distinguished Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar Cfr, Mni. The mosque is a testament to Governor Seyi Makinde’s commitment to community development. It was reconstructed using his personal resources after the former Adogba Central Mosque was dismantled to make way for the Iwo Road Bus Terminals.

Governor Makinde’s dedication and the praiseworthy execution of the mosque earned him the honorary title of ‘Sa’ad’ during the inauguration, a recognition of his remarkable contributions. Beyond its primary role as a place of worship, the mosque also encompasses an Islamic school, emphasizing the pivotal role of education in promoting peaceful coexistence within the community.

This transformative initiative by Governor Makinde not only fulfills a promise but also represents a substantial contribution to the community, aligning with the broader goal of enhancing the well-being and unity of the people. The event marks a collaborative effort between government and religious leaders to create a space that serves both spiritual and educational purposes, fostering harmony and progress.

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