By Bakare Lukman
Olori Olubunmi Adeola Falore, the wife of the Olufaki of Ifaki-Ekiti in the Isokan Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of Ekiti State, remarkably celebrated her birthday by giving palliatives to widows and aged people in the community.
Various women’s groups and local drummers joined the family of the Olufaki of Ifaki-Ekiti, Oba John Adegbenro Falore, on Monday to celebrate with the Olori.
In her remarks after cutting the birthday cake, Olori Falore expressed her gratitude to God for sparing her life to witness the birthday in good health.
Olori Falore stated that she decided to celebrate with the people to make them feel loved and appreciated by the royal household.
Cash gifts and foodstuffs were distributed to 60 beneficiaries as palliatives to cushion the effects of the removal of the petrol subsidy for the aged people.
The event was attended by the Olufaki of Ifaki-Ekiti, Oba John Adegbenro Falore; Wife of the Chairman Ekiti Traditional Council,Eyeshorun Nagozi Ilori Faboro; Chairman, Vice-Chairman and other officials from Isokan LCDA; the Olufaki-in-Council; as well as friends and well-wishers.
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