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Senator Daniel receives Humanity Award for remarkable service to Yewaland and Ogun West

In a heartwarming ceremony held today at his Legislative Suite within the hallowed halls of the National Assembly, His Excellency, Senator Gbenga Daniel, was honoured with a prestigious Humanity Award by the Yewa Defenders, a prominent community organization from Yewaland in Ogun West.

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The award, presented on November 8, 2023, recognized Senator Gbenga Daniel’s selfless dedication and immense contributions to the upliftment of Yewaland and Ogun West in general.

The distinguished senator, known for his tireless commitment to community development and public service, received the accolade with humility and gratitude.

The event was attended by prominent figures from Yewaland, Ogun West, and well-wishers who came to show their support and appreciation for Senator Daniel’s exemplary service.

The atmosphere was filled with applause and admiration as the Yewa Defenders presented the Humanity Award to the senator.

Senator Daniel, an accomplished engineer and statesman, has a long and storied history of serving the people of Ogun West with dedication and unwavering commitment.

His numerous initiatives and projects aimed at improving the lives of the residents in the region have left an indelible mark, earning him the respect and admiration of the community.

In his acceptance speech, Senator Gbenga Daniel expressed his gratitude to the Yewa Defenders and the entire Yewaland community for recognizing his efforts.

The senator emphasized his commitment to continue working for the betterment of Yewaland and the entire Ogun West region.

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