Shote Sustains Kashamu's Legacy, Distributes Cow, Rams, Rice, Cash For Sallah


In continuation of the late Senator Buruji Kashamu's humanitarian gesture, a member of the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) representing Ogun State, Hon. (Barrister) Taiwo Shote popularly known as Pepe on Monday  distributed rams, rice and cash worth millions of Naira to Muslim faithful in Ogun State.



While addressing the beneficiaries at his residence in Ijebu Ode on Monday, Shote said Eid-El-Kabir signifies sacrifice, love and compassion. 


He noted that his gesture  is another way to show love and benevolence.


"This is in continuation of the legacy left behind by my late uncle, father and political mentor, Sen. Kashamu. He was a cheerful giver and a philanthropist of note. I have decided to continue where he stopped. 




"Eld-El-Kabir is celebrated by Muslims all over the world. It is a major festival in Islam which enjoys special significance; of absolute faith and submission to Allah, love for humanity, sharing of food and peaceful coexistence. 


"This is my own little way of putting smiles on the faces of Muslim faithful during this festival. May we all celebrate many more of Eld-El-Kabir," he said.


Shote commended Dr. Bukola Saraki-led National Reconciliation & Strategy Committee for bringing to an end the age-long crisis rocking the party, noting PDP will be the party to beat in the 2023 general election when the terms of settlement are implemented.

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