James Faleke @60: Constituents Set To Stage A ‘Walk’ for A Quintessential Leader
Scores of constituents in Ikeja Federal Constituency has concluded plans to celebrate third term House of Representatives member and former Governorship candidate to late Prince Abubakar Audu, Hon. James Abiodun Faleke as he clocks 60years on Christmas Day, December 25th.
His numerous supporters and well wishers in Lagos and Kogi State had started making plans to stage a “WALK 4 FALEKE @60” as his birthday coincided with Christmas day.
The event is Powered by Mr Femi Awoseye, Founder of Crown Foundation.
Speaking with THE LEAKAGES, the convener of the “WALK 4 FALEKE @60” Barr. Hon. Abdul-Ganiu Olawale Ajala, SSA to the Speaker of the House of Representatives said Hon. James Abiodun Faleke has made indelible Mark in thousands of lives in Ikeja, Lagos and Nigeria at large, this he was able to achieve through effective legislation and unprecedented constituency projects spread across all LCDAs in Ikeja.
He described the Chairman, House Committee on Finance as a grassroot mobilizer, peace-loving and progressive politician who loves his constituents with passion.
In his words, “I have known Honorable Faleke for over a decade and I can tell you he is a blessing to all of us in Lagos State, especially in Ikeja Federal Constituency.
“He is a man of his words and a peace-loving politician who have contributed immensely to the growth and the development of Ikeja”
While calling on his constituents to emulate the peaceful lifestyle of the celebrant, Hon. Ajala rolled out details of the “WALK 4 FALEKE @60” program.
Direction for the Walk: Watch Out!!!!.
Date: Saturday, 23rd December, 2019.
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