National News

Gov. Abiodun Appoints 1000 social investment officers in Odeda local government

As part of the efforts towards deepening his administration’s policy of Inclusiveness, Ogun State governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun on Friday, appointed 1000 Social investment officers in Odeda Local government.

Five vulnerable indigenes were picked from each community in the local government.

The inauguration which took place on Friday at the Emere Hall, Local government Secretarial Odeda, had in attendance , Party Chairman, Hon. Musulumi Saka, Former Chairman of Opeji LCDA, Hon. Musiliu Akindele, community leaders, artisans, politicians and the executive chairman of Odeda Local government who represented the governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun.

The Chairman, Hon Folasade Adeyemo assured that the current administration will continue to remember them for good and will not fail them.

He congratulated them and urged them to continue to support the current administration led by Prince Dapo Abiodun.

She charged them to work assiduously in ensuring total victory for all APC candidates by employing the best strategy ably suited for their respective communities.

The Party Chairman, Musulumi Saka in his remarks specifically demands all-around victory for all the APC candidates across the 10 wards in Odeda “we have to deliver our respective polling units, ward, and local government for our party, no retreat, no surrender”

In the same vein, the former Chairman and Odeda Campaign Director General, Hon. Musiliu Akindele charged them to wake up to their responsibility and prove themselves as the party’s worthy ambassadors by winning each polling unit under their jurisdiction convincingly.

A cursory appraisal of the appointment indicated that all the appointees, carefully selected, were real grassroot indigenes whose past records clearly reflected in the polity of the state, as well as their respective community they represented.

Facebook Comments

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker