This is contained in a goodwill message by the Emir’s Spokesman, Malam AbdulAzeez Arowona, on Sunday in Ilorin.
The first class traditional ruler prayed Almighty Allah to grant Mustapha long life, sound health and divine protection to achieve more for the people.
Sulu-Gambari thanked the celebrant for the numerous accomplishments made in the past years and commended him for all his humanitarian services to the people of Ilorin emirate and beyond.
He described 50 years of age as a remarkable and landmark figure in the life of mankind, stressing that its attainment actually calls for celebration.
The Emir however said that the golden age calls for deep reflection on the past, present and future, with sincere appreciation to the Creator, for the rare privilege of abundant favour.
Sulu-Gambari further appreciated all the various intervention programmes offered by the Turaki of Ilorin through his NGO.
“Saliu Mustapha Foundation to the less privileged in the society, both young and old, men and women as well as groups and associations within the Ilorin Emirate and beyond” is much appreciated, he said.
The Emir therefore urged the celebrant not to relent in his philanthropic acts and prayed that Almighty Allah continue to enrich and reward him for his selfless sacrifices to humanity.
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