15 Consistent Ajegunle Grassroots Philanthropists with Love for Humanity

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Ajegunle community is one of the popular communities in the world that has eventually produced great personalities at different professions with unparalleled love for humanity. It is not about great people emerging from Ajegunle but those consistently giving back to their root as a way of sharing their financial kindness to the downtrodden.

Few years ago, Ajegunle was a community that nobody wanted to associate with as a result of hooliganism that was attached to the name, but today everybody wants to claim that he or she comes from Ajegunle when their financial impacts are not felt positively. Mindset media limited is one grassroots medium that brings great minds together to access their philanthropic commitments to humanity in Africa and beyond. These are some of the Ajegunle philanthropists whose impacts are felt on the people always.

  1. Alhaji Olawale Ariyo is the Chief Executive Officer of Single Soul Engineering Limited and Olawale Ariyo Foundation. At 39, Ariyo has impacted lives positively at all levels in politics and business.Today, he is one of the dedicated members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ajeromi-Ifelodun LGA and remains one of the Ajegunle committed philanthropists with love for downtrodden.
  2. Rasheed Bola Adekunle is the Chief Executive Officer of Boladek Global Investments Nigeria Limited. He is a silent philanthropist with unmatched love for humanity. His philanthropic impacts are felt among Ifelodun youths over the years and remain proud of Ajegunle community. He has never moved out of Ajegunle but God has enlarged his coast beyond human comprehension.
  3. Chief Michael Ubogu is the Chief Executive Officer of Micura Services Limited. His love for Ajegunle people is worthy of emulation to the core. In grassroots football and widow ministry, Ubogu has established his name in the sands of time over the years and one of those that is proud to come from Ajegunle community.
  4. Bishop Leonard Umunna is the presiding Bishop of Bible Life Church Cathedral. He has made it mandatory that every third Sunday of November of the year is to give food items and clothes to widows and widowers both Muslims and Christians in Ajegunle. He is a detribalized man of God with passion for humanity.
  5. Alhaji Sani Abubakar is the CEO of Danmaigari Radda Company Limited. The Katsina-born businessman has impacted lives in Ajegunle and beyond. At Berger Suya,Sani is the man of the people and humble to the core but objective in decision making.
  6. Alhaji Abubakar Sulaiman is the CEO of Baksad Nigeria Limited. He is a man of the people. He has over the years impacted lives in Ajegunle through his many philanthropic gestures. A northern philanthropist that is detribalized to the core.
  7. Christopher Ogosi is the CEO of Kingston Records and one of the grassroots philanthropists that is proud of Ajegunle to the core. His foray into the entertainment industry to bring Ajegunle music to global world. His philanthropic entertainment impacts is worthy of appreciation.
  8. Frank Okorie is one young philanthropist contributing massively for Ajegunle development. He is committed to the philanthropic development of Ajegunle people.
  9. Prince Efemena Elutabe is the CEO of Freestan Clubs International. His philanthropic gesture in Ajegunle is second to none. His impacts are great to Ajegunle youths.
  10. Prince Shola Omaghomi is another serial entrepreneur that was brought up from Ajegunle and has positively impacted lives at all levels. He is proud to come from Ajegunle.
  11. Prince Eletu Kazeem is another big-time Ajegunle-born entrepreneur doing greatly in the property business and his philanthropic gesture is felt in Ajegunle and beyond.
  12. Chief Tunde Alapini is the Executive Director of Micura Services Limited. and he was born with silver spoon but never allowed his background to look down on the poor.Today; his philanthropic support to Ajegunle widows and orphans is great. He is proud to come from Ajegunle.
  13. Chief John Asiemo popularly called as ‘Daddy Showkey’ is a renowned entertainment voice for Ajegunle budding musicians and comedians at present. His recent partnership with Ajegunle to the world event is a testimony of better things coming to Ajegunle.
  14. Odion Ighalo is a Nigerian world best striker that has interest in philanthropic gesture in Ajegunle and beyond. His philanthropic impacts are worthy of appreciation.
  15. Seyi Adekunle is another creative entrepreneur making philanthropic impacts in Ajegunle over the years. He is a young man after God’s heart.

Note: There are many philanthropists from Ajegunle doing greatly for humanity over the years. We implore these Ajegunle philanthropists to identify with the downtrodden and the Ajegunle grassroots media for promotion. These philanthropists will serve as role models to young Ajegunlites.





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