The Speaker Oyo state House of Assembly Hon. Adebo Ogundoyin has attributed his swift rise in politics to the good legacy of his late father. Late Chief Adeseun Ogundoyin.
Chief Ogundoyin, an Eruwa born Industrialist and philantrophist died in 1991 at the age of 61.
Speaking at the 28th year memorial anniversary in Eruwa, the 32 years old son noted that the late business mogul and philanthropist had engraved his name in history and can never be forgotten among his people.
According to him, his father’s legacy, which motivated his political ambition has undoubted contributed to his swift rise in politics.
“My late dad’s commitment to humanity motivated me to join politics, because I believe it is the biggest stage where lot of lives can be impacted.
“My constituency accepted me and supported my ambition, and it is obvious that we have to sustain, the late Chief’s humanity legacy.
“My mummy, Chief Mrs. Tina Ogundoyin is doing very well in that aspect and we the children too have joined her.
“I started my foundation sometimes ago and as a public office holder now, it is an opportunity to do more,” he added.
The late Chief Ogundoyin was a business mogul of global repute, and an applauded philanthropist whose records of developmental contribution to his people is unmatched, even decades after his death.