Hon Micky Kazzim commissions ALLAHDEH MOSQUE, supports with 500KVA Transformer. - AMEBO NEWSPAPERS NG.


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Hon Micky Kazzim commissions ALLAHDEH MOSQUE, supports with 500KVA Transformer.

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In memory of his late father Chief Alimi Adesina Kazzim popularly known as ALLAHDEH, Hon Micky Kazzim yesterday commissioned an Ultra Modern Mosque built at Irewunmi Community in Ogun Radio axis of Abeokuta, the Ogun State Capital. The mosque which was named ALLAHDEH MOSQUE is a fully furnished place of worship for the Muslims of the community and the environment. Hon Micky Kazzim also supported the community with a 500kva transformer to power the mosque and the immediate environment.

During his remark at the commissioning program, Hon Micky emphasized that the urge to built the mosque was to ensure a lifetime reward for his late dad. He said "people have always applauded and prayed for me for my projects and gestures in politics, I want these prayers to as well extend to the soul of my dad in his grave, hence I decided to build a mosque in his memory".
The event was graced by a host of imams and Alfas in Egbaland led by the chief Imam of Egbaland Imam Saadullahi Bamgbola, and Professor Kamaldeen Balogun, the chief Imam of Gbaguraland and the chief host of the event, the Egba Muslim council as well as Gbagura Muslim council were also properly represented.

His Royal Majesty Oba Sabure Bakare, the Agura of Gbaguraland played a fatherly role at the event and was accompanied by the Olu of Ilupeju Oke Odo HRM Saheed Balogun as well as other traditional chiefs.
Other dignitaries at the event includes Bar Biyi Otegbeye, the governorship candidate of African Democratic Congress (ADC), Alhaji Abidoye Amosun, Alhaji Mufasiu Amosun, Agbaakin Taofeek Olabode and a host of others.

The tape cutting at the event was done by Senator Ibikunke Amosun who was represented by Professor Musbau Oyefeso.
The mosque was commissioned in the name of Allah with Bismillahi and first prayer was observed at 2pm.

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