Kabiyesi, Eku Orire O…., Engr. Adeyemi


The founder of ENACT Innovation Hub Ajase-Ipo, Engr. Nurudeen Adeyemi Balogun has congratulated the Igbomina Paramount Monarch in the person of Olupo of Ajase-Ipo Kingdom, Oba Yahaya Alebiosu on the occasion of his birthday anniversary. Engr. Nurudeen Adeyemi released the congratulatory message as he appraise the developmental disposition of the king within and outside his kingdom.

It is with absolute joy we congratulate HRM Oba Yahaya Muhammed Alebiosu on the remembrance of his day of birth. Our Royal Father is surely glowing like crescent with lots of progress and development attracted to the kingdom.

In your time Kabiyesi, we can be sure that your leadership guidance and legacies will continue to promote peace and tranquility within the entire kingdom.

Kabiyesi, your several dispositions to new waves of ideas and innovations that can secure the future of coming generations, are notably encouraged.

As we celebrate with your Royal Majesty, may God keep you protected and prosperous, Amin.



Engr. Adeyemi Mourns Olupo of Ajase-ipo


ENACT boss, Engr. Nurudeen Adeyemi received with sadness the news of the death of His Royal Majesty (HRM) Oba Sikiru Atanda Woleola, the Olupo of Ajase-Ipo.

He described the late Olupo as an exemplary leader, reformer and fatherly figure whose passion for community development is unquantifiable.

The late Olupo was a father to me, we spoke recently where he shared insights about his developmental activities in the community and how it can be complimented. It is very shocking to comprehend that we have lost such a wonderful and generous personality. It’s a great loss.

He extended his condolences to the members of the royal family, the Ajase-Ipo community, Kwarans, and Nigerians. The late Olupo died in the early hours of Monday 22nd February, 2021.

“Oba Sikiru Atanda’s death is a huge loss to Kwara South. He has played huge roles in fostering peace in the district. Very accommodating and insightful; I can only pray that Allah grant him eternal rest and give us the fortitude to bear the loss” – He concluded.