Eid-el-kabir: Pelican Valley CEO Calls for Increased Prayers for Nigerian Leaders

The Chief Executive Officer of Pelican Valley Nigeria Limited, Dr. Babatunde Adeyemo, has called upon the Muslim Ummah to embrace the values of godliness, charity, sacrifice, and spiritual intercession for the betterment of the nation. 

Dr. Adeyemo emphasized that acts of kindness and generosity should be extended to the less privileged in society, not just during festive periods but as an ongoing practice reflecting Allah's love and benevolence towards humanity. 

He also encouraged fellow countrymen and women to promote actions that foster national integration and brotherhood.

During a site foundation laying ceremony organized by Chief Olawale Olaleye, a subscriber of Pelican Brief Estate in Kobape, Abeokuta, who is based in Canada, Dr. Adeyemo, an Anti-corruption Ambassadorial, shared his thoughts. 

He explained that Eid-el-Kabir commemorates the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his son as a demonstration of submission to Allah's command. 

Dr. Adeyemo urged Muslims and Nigerians as a whole to embody the noble virtues of piety, perseverance, philanthropy, respect, and love for one another.

In light of the prevailing security challenges, Dr. Adeyemo called for increased prayers for an end to the recurring issues and also for political stability in the country.

 He emphasized the importance of Muslims and followers of other faiths displaying love and understanding towards one another, with the aim of fostering a greater and more prosperous Ogun State and Nigeria.

Chief Olawale Olaleye, the newest potential landlord of Pelican Brief Estate, expressed his delight at the rapid progress of the project. 

He commended the management's dedication to completing the first phase of construction in record time. Chief Olaleye, an Egba high chief, shared his plans for a luxurious 5-bedroom Maisonette with a built-in servant's quarters, a swimming pool, and a spacious green area—a perfect retirement abode.

 He also confirmed that the building's structural and architectural plans had received the necessary approvals from the Ogun State government.

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