In line with his commitment geared towards total development of his home town, multi Billionaire Philanthropist, Sir Sehinde Fadeni has made another landmark achievement as he has donated another 70 units of Pre Paid Meters to Ode Aye community.
This latest development now brings the total number of Pre Paid Meters donated to Aye community by this wonderful Business Tycoon to 100.
Expected to benefit from this gesture are all the Public institutions in the town.
Amongst which are ; Ode Aye Police Station, Layelu Micro Finance Bank, the two Primary Health Centers in the town, all the Public Secondary Schools in Ode Aye, Oba’s Palace, Layelu Town Hall, Layelu Public Library, Ode Aye Skills Acquisition Center etc.
Sir Sehinde Fadeni has earlier donated 30 units of Pre Paid Meters to all the Churches under Christian Association of Nigeria ( CAN ), Ode Aye Chapter.
Sir Fadeni whose type only comes in a generation has been devoting his time and resources to help the needy and also to the positive development of Ode Aye, his place of birth.
His untiring passion for continuous transformation of his community is legendary and he is equally constitent in the collective good of all citizens.
Meanwhile, the Baba Ijo of Wesley Methodist Church, Ode Aye Sir ( Chief ) Tomide Akinmade has disclosed that the newly built Wesley Methodist Church, Ode Aye donated by Sir Sehinde Fadeni cost the Philanthropist over #300Million.
“Yes, I can categorically say Sir Sehinde Fadeni spent over #300Million on our ultra modern Cathedral” , Chief Akinmade said.
Continued, the highly influencial Community Leader posited that “in addition to the new Cathedral, Sir Fadeni equally supported it with 36 Seater Air Conditioned Coaster Bus…so I’m using this opportunity to greatly thank him for all hit efforts and wonderful assistance to Aye community and humaniy” , he said
It would be recalled that, Sir Sehinde Fadeni a multi Billionaire with the milk of human kindness built and donated a #300Million Cathedral to Wesley Methodist Church, Ode Aye two years ago.