A chieftain of New Nigeria People’s Party, (NNPP), Ambassador Olufemi Ajadi Oguntoyinbo has cautioned youths across the country to avoid falling into the pit of getting rich quick through diabolical means.
Oguntoyinbo who admonished Nigerian youths to shun social vices such as drug addiction and internet fraud added that hardwork pays.
The NNPP chieftain who was the 2023 governorship candidate of the party in Ogun state made these declarations when he was honoured as the Patron of Scout Association of Nigeria (SAN), Ogun State Chapter.
The NNPP while cautioning the youth against social vices said he passionately shared the association’s vision of character development among young people especially in the face of pressing challenges.
He described philanthropy as an integral part of his life and assured all present of the significant positive impact he aimed to bring to the organization.
He said, “I want to assure you that my coming on board will bring total difference. There will be a special positive impact by the Grace of God”.
Apostle Adenekan, the former Assistant Chief Commissioner on Diversity and Inclusion of Scout Association of Nigeria led the proceedings.
He expressed his congratulations and a warm welcome to Comrade Olufemi Ajadi Oguntoyinbo into the Scout Association of Nigeria’s brotherhood.
He highlighted the association’s commitment to gender equality, leading to the transformation from “Boys Scout of Nigeria” to the more inclusive “Scout Association of Nigeria.”
He announced that the NNPP chieftain had become a member of the prestigious World Organization of Scout Organization, a global youth movement boasting over 500 million members.
Adenekan emphasized that Ajadi’s induction placed him among the ranks of distinguished individuals worldwide, including the likes of King Faad of Saudi Arabia, the late King Abdullah, the King of Sweden, Bill Gates among others.
The ceremony was attended by several notable members of the Scout Association of Nigeria, including Mr. Idowu Esan, the former National Training Commissioner; Prince Bisi Enitan, the Ogun State Training Commissioner; Pastor Raphael, the State Headquarters Commissioner for Rovers; and Comrade Benjamin Oluwemimo, the Assistant Provincial Commissioner for the Egba Province.