Oranmiyan Launches Ireland Chapter Today

Editors Online
February 9, 2013 2:18 pm


Oranmiyan Foundation, a socio-political group founded as a charity group by the Osun State Governor, Engr. Rauf Aregbesola will today formally launch another chapter in the republic of Ireland.

The formal public presentation of the group, which will be performed by its worldwide President, Prince Felix Awofisayo, is scheduled to hold at Calton Hotel, Tyrrestown Dublin 15, a suburb of the capital city of Ireland.

According to a press statement issued by the foundation and signed by its Board of Directors Chairman and Secretary, Drs. Oluwole Alabi and Gbenga Salawu respectively, stated that the decision to establish the group is to contribute to the development currently going on in Nigeria particularly in the State of Osun where the foundation’s grand patron currently serves as the governor.

“Oranmiyan Foundation is a non-governmental organisation established in Nigeria as a charity with branches worldwide.

“It is in line with the general aims of the foundation that the ireland chapter, comprising professionals who have made their marks in their chosen field, is being established solely for charity purposes. We shall especially focus on how to contribute to the delivery of qualitative healthcare, sound education and information technology to the benefit of the vast majority of Nigerians,” the statement read.

Meanwhile, as part of efforts to fulfill its objectives, the foundation has already scheduled a medical mission initiative for the month of April in Osun State where thousands of people living with curable ailments will be attended to.

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