- Commends Governor Oyetola, Party Chairman for their Efficiency
The Senator Representing Osun West Senatorial District at the National Assembly, Senator Adelere Oriolowo has congratulated the newly appointed LGEA board members in Osun State and in Osun West Senatorial district in particular.
This was contained in a statement personally signed by the Senator and made available to Affairs TV by his media aide, Oluniyi Isamotu on Monday.
Oriolowo also commended Governor Gboyega Oyetola and the Chairman of All Progressive Congress in Osun State, Prince Gboyega Famodun for choosing wisely, dutiful and commited members of the party that are best fit for the job.
He urged the appointees to see it as a call to service while assuring them of his total support.
See Full Statement Below
I congratulate all the newly appointed LGEA Chairmen, Secretaries, CRO’s and members of board especially those from Osun-west Senatorial District as announced by His Excellency, Governor Gboyega Oyetola over the weekend.
I commend Mr Governor for deeming it fit to announce this appointment at this time as i believe constituting this board will further advance the course of governance at the grassroot level and consolidate on the progress made so far in the Education sector of the state.
I equally need to applaud the efficiency and the human management capacity of the Chairman of our party(APC) in the state, Prince Gboyega Famodun for ensuring that dutiful and committed member of the party with cerebral prowess were rewarded for their loyalty to the party and this has repose confidence to other members of the party in the state that their labour will not be in vain.
To the appointees, kindly see this new assignment as a call to service and a medium to contribute your quota to the upliftment of our state, Nigeria as a country and the society at large.
I congratulate you all and i assure you of my total support whenever you call for it. I wish you all the very best in your new assignment for the state.
– Senator Adelere Oriolowo, FNSE
(Osun-west Senatorial District)