Gov Kayode Fayemi on Thursday met with the three indigenes of Ekiti State who recently bagged the Presidential Award for exceptional performance during their National Youth service. The Governor said he was glad that the three youngsters in their various Places of Primary Assignment (PPA) demonstrated leadership, compassion and diligence – values that define Ekiti people.

Kolawole Toba Gabriel focused on maternal and child mortality, and helped to address questions of poverty that contribute to high mortality rates in Adamawa State.

In Bauchi State, Ayodele Olubusayo Abidemi did a lot to improve the learning environment in the community where she served by renovating three blocks of classrooms, and assisting school children.

Seriki Adetutu Ifeoluwa dug a well to improve access to Water during her service year, and provided relief materials to vulnerable school children in Oyo State.

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