Sanwo-Olu Celebrates Deputy, Hamzat At 58, Describes Him As Committed Partner

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Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwoo-Olu has sent warm wishes to his deputy Dr. Obafemi Hamzat as he celebrates his birthday.

Governor Sanwo-Olu in a statement issued on Sunday by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Gboyega Akosile, described Dr. Hamzat, who clocks 58 on Monday, September 19, as a worthy ambassador, committed public servant and partner in the ‘Greater Lagos’ agenda.

He said Dr. Hamzat was worth celebrating for his lifelong commitment to public service in different capacities.

Sanwo-Olu said that Dr. Hamzat was a reliable, trustworthy, and committed brother, friend and partner. He is an epitome in dedication and selflessness and has used his high ranking positions in government to improve the standard of life for the people he serves.

He stated that the deputy Governor to date is still one of few Nigerian leaders and Lagosians, who has contributed tremendously to the growth of Lagos and its development with honesty, dedication, and professionalism.

Governor Sanwo-Olu prayed to the Almighty God to keep and prosper Dr. Hamzat, his family, and grant him wisdom and health to continue serving humanity, Nigeria as a whole, and Lagos State.

“On behalf of my family, Lagos State Government, and the good people of Lagos State, I wish my trustworthy, hardworking, dependable, supportive and committed brother, friend and partner in the ‘Greater Lagos’ agenda, Dr. Obafemi Kadri Hamzat, the deputy governor of Lagos State, happy 58th birthday.

“Dr. Hamzat, a seasoned technocrat, administrator, politician and committed democrat, remains one of the most committed public servants and politicians in Lagos State in the present Fourth Republic and he has contributed immensely to the governance and political development of our dear Lagos State,” he said.

Source: trustafricanews

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