Senator Sharafadeen Alli (APC-Oyo South) has congratulated APC Chieftain, Asiwaju Yemi Aderibigbe and Dr Zacchaeus Adedeji on their investiture into Knighthood in the order of Saint Christopher (KSC) in Ibadan.
This is contained in a statement signed by his Special Adviser on Media, Akeem Abas and made available newsmen on Sunday in Ibadan.
Aderibigbe and wife were invested into the Knighthood in the order of Saint Christopher (KSC) on Sunday in Ibadan by the Diocese of Ibadan North (Anglican).
Also Adedeji, the Special Adviser to the President on Revenue and wife, Tosin were invested into the knighthood of Saint Christopher.
Alli, the Senate Committee Chairman on INEC, congratulated Aderibigbe and wife on their investiture into the Knighthood of St. Christopher.
He said that the Order of Saint Christopher was a prestigious honour in
the Anglican Church, describing it as a well-deserved in recognition of Aderibigbe’s selfless efforts and positive impact in the society
The lawmaker described it as a remarkable achievement and a testament to his exceptional contributions and dedication to the community.
“Your exemplary service as a leader and your unwavering commitment towards uplifting the lives of our fellow citizens have not gone unnoticed.
“This prestigious honor is a well-deserved recognition of your selfless efforts and the positive impact you have made in our society,” he said.
He expressed confidence that Aderibigbe would continue to inspire others with his remarkable leadership and exemplary character.
Similarly, Alli said that the honour was a clear indication of Adedeji’s outstanding contributions to the church and community.
The lawmaker said that the honour was a testament to Adedeji’s dedication as well as commitment to the service of God and humanity.
“It is with great pride that we celebrate this milestone with him and his lovely wife, Tosin,” he said.
He said that Adedeji has always been an exemplary leader and his dedication to the well-being of others was truly inspiring.
“Sir Adedeji’s appointment as a Special Adviser on Revenue to the President is a well-deserved recognition of his vast experience and expertise in financial matters.
“He has dedicated his life to serving his country in various capacities, and this latest honour only adds to his already impressive resume.
“We are proud of their achievements, and we have no doubt that they will continue to excel in their various endeavours,” he said.
The lawmaker urged Sir Adedeji to continue to be a source of inspiration to others, both within and outside the Anglican Church.
Alli said Adedeji’s life was a true reflection of the values that we hold dear as Nigerians, and they are blessed to have him as a fellow citizen.
“I join the Anglican Diocese of Ibadan North and all well-meaning Nigerians in congratulating Sir Adedeji and his wife, Tosin, on this well-deserved honour,” he said.