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Uplift good governance

in Ogun State

UPLIFT the Aged
UPLIFT Free Eye Camp
UPLIFT Women
UPLIFT Unemployed Graduates

First Lady of Ogun State

Empowers physically challenged people

Mrs Olufunso Amosun

Passionate about the development of Ogun State,
Focus on women and children .

In her efforts towards

Assisting the elderly people in the state, the wife of Ogun State Governor,
Chief ( Mrs.) Olufunso Amosun, through her Uplifting.

First Lady of the Ogun State,

Visited the Nigerian High commission in London with students from Nigeria

Mrs. Olufunso Amosun

Development
Development Foundation

UPLIFT (Mrs. Amosun’s Foundation name) is an acronym for Understanding People’s Limiting & inhibiting Factors today. Through her unquenchable desire to see less privileged uplifted and empowered.

Youths
Youths
Empowerment programs for Youths

Empowerment programs for the youth, senior citizens and school children within the state. She is generally empathic towards the less privileged, regardless of their age, education status, religious background.

Environment
Environment
Green Education For The Youth

GEFTY (Green Education For The Youth) , Mrs. Amosun has used her present role to complement and support the Senator Ibikunle Amosun-led Administration to enrich family lives and ensure the wellbeing of the people of Ogun.

Women
Women
Stop before it causes a big trouble

The wife of the Governor has in the last one year made indelible marks, reached out to all the 20 local government areas of the State and impacted positively on the lives of the less privileged in the society.

Her Excellency, Wife of the Governor of Ogun State

The wife of the Governor of Ogun State, Mrs. Olufunso Amosun, was born on the 2nd of May, 1966 to the family of (Late) Bishop Ayoade and Elder Christiana Odesanya. She started her primary education at St James Norland school in the United Kingdom and returned home to attend Yejide Girls Grammar school in Ibadan (1977-1982), from here she progressed to Oyo State college of Arts and science for her A level education (1983-1985) before gaining admission into University of Ife, now known as Obafemi Awolowo University where she bagged a BA.ED in English Education.
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