Iyiola Omisore, former deputy governor of Osun State, and ex-senator, has, again, endeared himself to the poor, needy and the sick. Omisore, on January 1, fulfilled his yearly social intervention begun 10 years ago by visiting and providing assistant to in-patients of the Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital, Ile-Ife.
The politician and Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, candidate for office of governor in 2015, was received by the OAUTH Medical Director Professor Victor Adetiloye.
The hospital management thanked the senator for keeping faith with his usual practice of bringing succour to the needy patients and his help for the hospital, including the provision of water, road construction, and building of new patient wards.
Moreover, Omisore also visited the Covenant Orphanage & Welfare Centre in Moro village, also in Osun State. The visit saw Omisore sharing loving moment with the children at the orphanage home. He sang and danced with the kids, who were over-joyed”, said a care-giver.
Items donated to the home include packs of cooked food, bags of rice, Noodles, gallons of oil, bags of beans, cartons of tin milk and beverages.
Speaking on his visits, Omisore said: “You don’t have to be rich to help others in need. A little assist will go a long way in the life of a needy.
At the hospital, both the in-patients and the detained patients always wait for me to come and bail them out on January 1st of every year; and I am always happy to bring that relief to them. I pray for God’s grace to continue”.