Osun State Governor, Ademola Adeleke, has lauded the Shola Agboola Goodwill Ambassador, SAGA Foundation, for its generous contribution of multi-billion naira worth of medical equipment and supplies to Ede community.
The Governor expressed the commendation on Saturday during the official launching of the medical equipment at Springfield Development Foundation along hospital road, Ede.
Adeleke who was represented by the Commissioner for Commerce and Industry, Rev. Bunmi Jenyo, highlighted the unique support that SAGA Foundation has received from the Osun State Government, assuring the foundation of continued support.
” Let me also appealed to SAGA Foundation to provide technicians who can assist the State Government in maintaining the substantial equipment, reinforcing SAGA’s mission.
Chairman of the Hospital Management Board, Dr. Kingsley Akinroye, expressed gratitude to SAGA’s CEO, Mr. Shola Agboola, for supporting healthcare services in Ila and Ede communities.
Dr. Akinroye urged the foundation for further assistance and assured that Osun State Hospital in Ede would effectively utilize the medical equipment.
In his address, Shola Agboola, the founder of SAGA Foundation, clarified that the organization is a non-profit dedicated to making a positive impact in the lives of those in need.
He disclosed that SAGA’s mission is to provide essential medical equipment and supplies across Africa and supporting education with learning supplies and computers for enhanced learning.
Hon. Dr. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Chairman/CEO of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), represented by Engr. Yakubu Bassi, praised Shola Agboola as an illustrious son of Osun State and a patriotic Nigerian in the diaspora.
He assured SAGA Foundation of NIDCOM’s full support for future humanitarian projects.
” I implore the management and staff of the General Hospital in Ede to make judicious use of the equipment for national development”, he concluded.
Highlight of the event includes the presentation of certificates of donation to Governor Adeleke and Oba Munirudeen Adesola Lawal for the benefit of the communities and humanitarian purposes.