NAOSS Posthumous Awards for T.B.Joshua, Hon Expensive, Ajisomo

Ondo state students under the platform of National Association of Ondo State Students (NAOSS) have nominated the late Prophet Temitope Joshua for a posthumous award, alongside two other persons.

The award is to be presented during the association’s national convention billed to hold in October at the International Event Center, Akure.

Nominated alongside T.B Joshua are the late House of Representatives member, Omolafe Adedayo and the first National President of the association, Jerry Ajisomo.

According to the national President of the association, Kikiowo Ayoade, these three individuals have made great contributions to the growth of the association.

“We have to honour the late prophet T.B. Joshua, who until his death had always identified with the Ondo state students through his humanitarian services. He was a brand and a good ambassador of the state.

“We also remembered Hon. Omolafe who died while representing the people of Akure South/North Federal Constituency. He loved his people and lived to serve them.

“Barr. Ajisomo is the first executive President of this association and as a point of contact to all comrades who we have lost in the field of struggle, we must honour and celebrate him.

“He was a fighter and a leader. When called upon, he’s always there. We miss him.” Kikiowo said.

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Ondo state students under the platform of National Association of Ondo State Students (NAOSS) have nominated the late Prophet Temitope Joshua for a posthumous award, alongside two other persons.

The award is to be presented during the association’s national convention billed to hold in October at the International Event Center, Akure.

Nominated alongside T.B Joshua are the late House of Representatives member, Omolafe Adedayo and the first National President of the association, Jerry Ajisomo.

According to the national President of the association, Kikiowo Ayoade, these three individuals have made great contributions to the growth of the association.

“We have to honour the late prophet T.B. Joshua, who until his death had always identified with the Ondo state students through his humanitarian services. He was a brand and a good ambassador of the state.

“We also remembered Hon. Omolafe who died while representing the people of Akure South/North Federal Constituency. He loved his people and lived to serve them.

“Barr. Ajisomo is the first executive President of this association and as a point of contact to all comrades who we have lost in the field of struggle, we must honour and celebrate him.

“He was a fighter and a leader. When called upon, he’s always there. We miss him.” Kikiowo said.

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