A ‘Moses’ for Apomu? Revd Emmanuel Olanrewaju Osukoya


It is not often that owulakoda.com goes out of its way to glorify a non-indigene of Owu Kingdom, but this Ijesha man in collar and cassock who sports a similar spiritual calling with the Olowu before the latter became an Oba is well deserving of accolade for his positive impact on the lives of the people of the sleepy community of Apomu near Arigbajo and Ifo. In fact he has rightly been conferred with an honorary citizenship!

(There may be many more like him out there who are positively impacting on the well being of Owu communities. Kindly bring them up to the notice of owulakoda.com and they shall be accorded the mention they deserve).

EMMANUEL OLAREWAJU OSUKOYA – A BIOGRAPHY

E.O.Osukoya

Revd E.O. Osukoya

Revd. E.O. Osukoya was born at Ile Abiye Hospital Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State on the 25th October,1973. He was born to the family of late Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Oyebade Osukoya – who were native of Imesi-Ile in Obokun Local Government, Osun State.

Olanrewaju Osukoya attended L.A. Primary School, Ado-Ekiti from 1979-1985. He proceeded to Mary Hill Boys High School, Ado Ekiti in 1985 until 1991. Immediately after his Secondary School education, he relocated to Lagos to work for one and half years, from where he later went to Jos for further studies. While he preparing for his exams, he worked with Ogbo Farms Ltd, Helpan, Jos in 1993.

From 1994-1995, Osukoya was a student of the National Veterinary Research Institute,Vom, Plateau State (N.V.R.I) which is also known as Federal College of Animal Health Production Technology. He was certified in Poultry Production and Beef Production.

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