Hon. Sesan Olowa, Tope Ogungbo, Others Laud Ogunbanwo’s Election as Lagos NYCN Treasurer.

In a spirited display of unity and support, kakalistiq.com reports that the Chairman of Ibeju-Lekki Local Government, Hon. Sesan Olowa, alongside his Supervisor for Education, Hon. Sofwan Ogungbo, and key youth stakeholders, celebrated the well-deserved emergence of Comrade Ibrahim Ogunbanwo as the new Treasurer of the National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN), Lagos State.

The announcement of Ogunbanwo’s new role came during a well-organized congress in Lagos during the week, marking a seamless transition process. Hon. Sesan Olowa, in his congratulatory message, remarked, “Comrade Ogunbanwo’s emergence is a testament to his unwavering dedication and service to our community. His commitment to youth empowerment is truly commendable, and we are confident in his ability to uphold the financial integrity of the NYCN.”

Hon. Sesan Olowa

Hon. Sofwan Ogungbo echoed similar sentiments, emphasizing Ogunbanwo’s visionary leadership. “In a resounding victory, Comrade Ogunbanwo has solidified his position as a leading voice for youth empowerment in Lagos State. His unrelenting passion and dedication have been key to fostering inclusive growth and driving positive change,” said Ogungbo. He added that Ogunbanwo’s election is a clear indication of his exemplary leadership, inspiring countless youths across the state.

The leadership of the People Progressive Change also extended their congratulations, praising Ogunbanwo’s selflessness and commitment. “Your victory is a moment of pride for the People Progressive Change organization. May this achievement be a stepping stone to greater successes ahead,” they stated.

Amb. Kadri Abiola Adedolapo (Morgan), Director General of LEYOSA, highlighted the significance of this achievement for Epe Division. “This is a win for Epe Division, and I pray this will be the beginning of greater achievements for you,” he said, acknowledging the efforts of all NYCN stakeholders in the division.

In his appreciation statement, Comrade Ibrahim Ogunbanwo expressed gratitude for the support he received and reaffirmed his commitment to his new role. “I promise to excel in this role with the hallmarks of prudence and transparency,” he stated.

He extended heartfelt thanks to his supporters, including Hon. Sesan Olowa, Hon. Sofwan Ogungbo, and numerous NYCN members and stakeholders.

“I would like to extend my heartfelt gratitude to Comrade Ibrahim Oladimeji, SSA on Student Affairs & Mobilization, Comrade Sanusi Sulaimon Bakindo, Engr. Adigun Ibrahim Olalekan NYCN 001LAG, Amb. Lawani Daniel Napoli, Hon. Shonaike Olatokunbo, Comrade Ibrahim Sulaimon Bala, and Hon. Ogundipe Sulaimon Gerad for your incredible birthday blessings and unwavering support. Your kindness and encouragement mean the world to me, and I deeply appreciate each of you.”

“My appreciation would be incomplete without acknowledging my NYCN family across the state. Thank you all for your boundless love and support. Special thanks to NYCN Ibeju-Lekki, NYCN Lekki, NYCN Eredo, NYCN Ikosi-Ejinrin, NYCN Epe, NYCN Ikosi-Isheri, NYCN Lagos East, the NYCN State Executive Council, the Office of the Deputy Chairman, the Immediate Past Chairman and PRO, and the leadership of NYCN Epe Division in general. Your hospitality and support have been invaluable, and I am immensely grateful.”

“I also want to recognize and appreciate my friends, colleagues, associates, neighbours, well-wishers, and students for the overwhelming show of love. Thank you to MOCPAAS ALUMNI, ACHSEXTA’06, Nawair-ud-deen Society, The Autonomous Group, Young Leaders Forum, Reliable Youth Forum, The Amiable Sisters, 21st Century Sports Directors, UBEBSTA, SUBEB 2016 Teachers, NUT Ibeju-Lekki, SMASE Ambassadors, FEDSA, LEYOSA, NAILS, Youth Parliament, LASU students, BEQA Officers, The Gbawojos, The Egirimetis, and so many others. Your support has been a pillar of strength for me, and I am profoundly grateful,” he wrote in a statement.

Ogunbanwo’s election as NYCN Treasurer stands as a beacon of hope and progress for youth leadership in Lagos State, promising a future of integrity and empowerment.

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde

Kaka Babatunde is a budding academic researcher and media enthusiast whose experience germinated in high school, attaining the Press Club presidency. As an iconic field reporter for 3 years, he is a writer, serial volunteer, and community cum youth development champion whose collaborative efforts have immensely contributed to nation-building in Epe LGA, Lagos, and Nigeria at large.

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