PHOTOS: Ovation for Adetunji As He Honours Colleague In Mother-in-Law Final Burial Ceremony 


The unwavering commitment and steadfast dedication of Honourable Soji Adetunji to grassroots development within few months in office have garnered praise from not just constituents but residents in Osun state.

This is evident on Saturday as he was warmly welcomed by residents of the state outside his Constituency when he honoured his friend and Honourable colleague, Clement Akanni Olohunwa, the lawmaker representing Boluwaduro /Ifedayo/Ila Federal Constituency at the House of Representatives in giving a befitting final burial ceremony to his mother-in-law.

He was hailed for his significant contributions to grassroots development which exemplifies commitment to serving the people and improving their quality of life.


According to some guests, Adetunji’s remarkable achievements cannot be overemphasized.

Meanwhile some residents have described Adetunji as one of the most active lawmakers in the state, emphasising his ability to empower constituents in record time since assuming office.

Mr. Goke Asamu, one of the stakeholders of the ruling party in the state urged the lawmaker to continue his efforts in transforming the grassroots.

Adetunji appreciated the people for the warm welcome and encomiums showered on him.

The lawmaker representing Ifelodun/ Odo-Otin/ Boripe/ Federal Constituency expressed firm believe that true progress could only be achieved by focusing on the needs of the people at the grassroots level.

Adetunji acknowledged the importance of addressing and resolving the challenges faced by the constituents and communities he serves.

He pledged to ensure continuous delivery of democratic dividends to the masses, quality representation and service to humanity.

Adetunji, who reeled out some of his achievements since assumption of office, was applauded for all he has achieved within few months in office.


He assured constituents of his determination to fulfill all his electioneering promises, urging them to be hopeful of a greater Nigeria.


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