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Akmodel Group MD Rejoices With Ooni And His Olori On Birth Of Twins

Akmodel Group MD Rejoices With Ooni And His Olori On Birth Of Twins
Akmodel Group MD Rejoices With Ooni And His Olori On Birth Of Twins

Akmodel Group Managing Director, Builder (Dr.) Abdulhakeem Odegade congratulates Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, on the arrival of his twins.

In his goodwill message, Dr. Odegade greeted Ooni the Ojaja 11 and said; “We are happy for the blessings of God on the royal family. May this addition bring you double joy, love, and prosperity.”

He prayed that the children will grow up to be embodiment of finest qualities of royalty and lead the kingdom to even greater heights.

Dr. Odegade also thanked God for keeping mum and twins safe, praying for abundant health , strength, and joy for Ooni and his Queen.

Recall that Bldr. (Dr.) Abdulhakeem Odegade and his team were in Ojaja Palace in Ife to celebrate with Kabiyesi during his birthday.

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Akmodel Group consist of Akmodel Homes and Properties, Akmodel Builders Construction and Akmodel Farms

They also have landed properties in Lagos, Uyo, Ibadan, Awka, Abeokuta, Ilorin, Enugu, Ghana etc. While Cote d’Ivoire and UK branch loading

 

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