The National President of the FPS, Dr. Babatunde Salami, FFPS and the representative of Ooni of Ife Oba (Dr.) Enitan Adeyeye Ogunwusi at the 2nd Induction Ceremony at the University of Ibadan
The Ogun State Chairman of the FPS, Princess Bosede Adesida, FFPS and SP Gbolahan Moronfolu, FFPS from Lagos State at the 2nd induction ceremony at UI
Some new Fellow Members, the President and the National Treasurer
Two awardees from Ogun State with the Honourable Commissioner for Commerce, Trade and Investment, Mrs. Kikelomo Longe at the event
Ogun State Chairman, Princess Adesida, FFPS decorating Mrs. Musa-Richard in Abeokuta, Ogun State
Lagos and Ogun States FPS Chairmen during the 2nd induction
Lagos State Delegates
The representative of Ooni of Ife, the Director of Media and Public Affairs to His Imperial Majesty, Ooni Ogunwusi and another newly invested Fellow Member of the FPS
Some of the new Fellows and guests
Honourable Commissioner for Commerce, Trade and Investment, Mrs. Longe and two newly inducted FPS Fellow members from Ogun State
Some of the new Fellows and guests
Declaration of Membership
Photos from First Induction
The FPS President, Dr. Babatunde Salami taking the membership declaration at the induction ceremony
The Guest Speaker at the induction, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi who was a one time Minister of Sports and Youth Development and a veteran Journalist decorating the National President as a Fellow Member and being assisted by the Legal Officer, Barrister Fagbemi
Barrister Fagbemi officially handing over the instrument of office (the FPS Constitution and seal of the Association) to the President after taking oath of office as the pioneer FPS President
The National Secretary, Mr. Michael A. Olanrewaju receiving a certificate of Fellow Member from the President after taking an oath of Office as the pioneer National Secretary
The National Treasurer, Ms. Christie Doyin Adekoya receiving her certificate of Fellow Member from the President after taking her oath of office as the pioneer National Treasurer
The National Secretary, Mr. Michael Olanrewaju and the National Treasurer, Ms. Christie Doyin Adekoya in the FPS Fellow Member outfit
A cross section of Fellow members taking the oath of office at the maiden induction ceremony
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