In a demonstration of unwavering commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Alhaji AbdulRasak Olusola Olakangudu, the Executive Chairman of Rasolak Service Nigeria Limited, has pledged to provide a borehole for the Muslim community of Surajudeen Central Mosque in Oke-Ila, Ikirun, Osun State.
The announcement of this generous gesture was made by Alhaji Rasak Olakangudu during the turbaning ceremony of his nephew, Alhaji AbdulAzeez AbdulWahab, as the Baba Adinni of Surajudeen Central Mosque.
The ceremony, marked by joyous celebrations, served as a platform for Alhaji Olakangudu to reaffirm his commitment to uplifting the lives of those within his community.
Responding on behalf of the Muslim community, Chief Imam Alhaji Maroof Alagbede expressed deep gratitude to Alhaji AbdulRasak Olakangudu for his benevolent gesture. He described the Executive Chairman as a philanthropist who values the needs of both his immediate community and beyond.
“I am not surprised at this kind gesture because the Olakangudu family is well known for philanthropy,” remarked Alhaji Maroof Alagbede. He went on to commend the Chairman’s dedication to community development and expressed confidence that the borehole would significantly impact the lives of the worshippers at Surajudeen Central Mosque.
As prayers echoed through the mosque, Alhaji Maroof Alagbede extended blessings and good wishes to Alhaji AbdulRasak Olusola Olakangudu and his companies.
The Chief Imam prayed for the continued success and prosperity of the philanthropic ventures undertaken by the Chairman, highlighting the positive impact such initiatives have on the broader community.
The upcoming borehole project is expected to address the water needs of the Surajudeen Central Mosque and its surrounding community.