Sallah : Ogundiran Felicitates Muslims Of Management Staff, Students Of Ogundoyin Poly, Lauds Gov. Makinde’s Support


The Governing Council Chairman of the prestigious Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic Eruwa, Professor Samuel Ogunwale Ogundiran, has rejoiced with the entire Muslim students, staff, and management of the institution on the celebration of 2021 Eid-il Kabir.

In his Sallah message made available to journalists on Tuesday , the school governing council chair urged that good gestures and acts of kindness should be extended to those who are less privileged in the society as an extension of Allah’s Love and benevolence to humanity while such acts should not be restricted only to the festival.

“It’s my pleasure to felicitate with my prestigious, intelligent, patriotic and industrious council members, management, staff, and peace-loving students of the prestigious Adeseun Ogundoyin Polytechnic, Eruwa on the joyous celebration of Eil-el Mubaraq.

“ This day teaches us love and fear of God. Therefore, the lessons learnt from Prophet Ibrahim should be put into practice in our daily activities.”

He further appreciated the Executive Governor Of Oyo State, Engr Seyi Makinde for the ample opportunity given to him to serve as the institution’s Council Chairman. He also lauded his unflinching support which is aimed towards progress of the institution.


He added, “the institution is currently experiencing accelerated development. It is therefore the collective responsibility of the students, staff, and management to keep the good name of the school and be of good ambassador anywhere in the world.”

while wishing citizens a peaceful celebration Ogundiran noted that his governor Makinde’s administration remained committed to delivering a state which would be on a path of progress and development.

He also enjoined Muslim faithfuls on campus to use the period to pray for the growth of the institution, Oyo State, and Nigeria at large.

Concluding his message, he admonished students of the institution to be law-abiding, focused, and steadfast in thier academic pursuit.