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Tobi Amusan receives N5 million and a home after being appointed as the Ogun ambassador.

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Title holder, Tobi Amusan, has turned into a Youth Ambassador in Ogun State to act as a good example to other youthful Nigerians.

The Ogun State Government likewise gave her a house and N5 million half a month subsequent to breaking the world record.

Amusan got the honor at the Ogun State Government House, Abeokuta on Tuesday where she and her supervisory group met with Lead representative Dapo Abiodun.

While getting Amusan, Abiodun recognized her obstinacy, versatility, and assurance to succeed, encouraging different young people to copy her and foster their normal gifts.

“We will be giving you one of those homes in Ijebu-Tribute. We are have confidence that you will return home and live in Ijebu Tribute,” the lead representative said.

“We will be giving you a little token. Presently you are a young lady, we are just a state government. Regardless of what your identity is, you can’t be greater than your state. It’s not the quantum of what we are giving you however the considerations that accompany it. We are giving to you the amount of N5 million today.”

He repeated his organization’s determination to put resources into sports offices to raise more bosses that will do right by the state.

The Ogun lead representative similarly attacked his ancestor, Congressperson Ibikunle Amosun, saying he didn’t focus on sports advancement while in office.

Abiodun accused disregard as the central point reason for the bedraggled construction of the state-claimed arena in Ijebu-Tribute.

In her comments, the best on the planet called for additional ventures at all levels towards the disclosure of additional abilities in the country.

She similarly begged the lead representative to redo the arena in the Ijebu-Tribute area of Ogun State.

On why she made the solicitation, Amusan cleared up that owing for the unfortunate idea of the state-possessed office, she is compelled to prepare in Lagos State.

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