By Niyi Isamotu
It was all glitz and glamour at Senator Oriolowo Inauguration thanksgiving service held at Alma Rohm Baptist Church, Iwo, Osun state on Sunday 16th of June, 2019.
The event which was held to appreciate God faithfulness on the victory of Senator Adelere Oriolowo at the poll had the church auditorium fill to the brim with friends, families and well wishers from all walks of life troop in to celebrate with the Senator.
In a sermon delivered by the host Pastor, Rev’d (Dr) Bayo Ademuyiwa, he admonished the Senator on six cogent things which are but most importantly that he should not forget God, his family and the people that voted for him as he begins his journey as a Distinguished Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
The Senator who was equally elated could not hide his feelings at the Thanksgiving service as he offer song of praises to the most high God with beautiful dancing steps.
In his remarks, Senator Adelere Oriolowo give thanks to God for granting him victory at the poll despite the fact that most people didn’t believe he can win before going to the poll.
The Senator also appreciate his family and specifically his wife Deaconess Felicia Oriolowo for being a pillar of support for him both morally and spiritually during the electioneering period.
Senator Oriolowo was also full of immense gratitude to the former Governor of the state, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola for standing by him and being a compass that ensure his victory at the poll against all odds.
The Senator also salute the doggedness of his friends, supporters and party faithfuls that stood by him and work off their socks to ensure his victory at the poll, he assured them all that they won’t regret their resilient support for him that ensure his victory as the Senator representing Osun-west Senatorial district at the Red Chamber.
After the church service, guests, supporters and party faithfuls were treated to a Inauguration party held at King Riverside Resort Centre, Iwo with a live band and sumptuous delicacies to the delight of everyone in attendance.