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Oba Akintode Akinyinmi, the North Wale North Local Government Area of ​​Ogu State, has called for the release of David Adeleke, a Nigerian singer from Esluland, Eluland.

Oba, first class in Ogen State, appeals to Davido and other philanthropists to send out-of-school children back to school in the southwestern state.

Oba Akinyemi said this in an open letter to the singer, which our reporter received in Abeokuta on Tuesday.

The King’s open letter to David may have been prompted by the singer’s announcement that he would pay 250 million birr to orphanages across the country to celebrate his birthday.

David announced that a total of N200,000,000 from his fans and an additional N50,000,000 from his pocket would be taken to orphanages to celebrate his birthday.

In his letter, the emperor said the return of out-of-school children would help give the country a better future.

He urged the Nigerian singer and other philanthropists to continue their initiative.

The letter reads: .

“I met you a few years before the death of your friend Habib Osman (also known as Habib 44) and since then I have noticed that you are passionate about the less fortunate people in our community. Without further ado, your action has truly uplifted the traditional families of southwestern Nigeria because Prince David has created an unprecedented initiative to improve the lives of the oppressed in our society.

“I would also like to thank all the philanthropists who have donated millions of naira to David to carry out his noble plan of helping the less fortunate in Nigeria. Especially Oba Saheed Elegushi, Chief Femi Otedola, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, Chief Mike Adenuga, Obi Cubana, Hon. Ibrahim Egungbohun Dende, E. – Money and other hosts: God bless you all for your good gift to David.

“I urge David and his associates not to take this one step at a time. Thousands of students in the Southwest must continue to work with Davido on a regular basis to get a better community out of school and back to school.

“Chief Obafemi Alow must continue the goodwill that David has started in order to continue his educational legacy.

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