Yewa North LG Boss Charges Public Office Holders On Development - EDU-BIZNEWS


Monday, August 2, 2021

Yewa North LG Boss Charges Public Office Holders On Development

A charge has gone to public office holders to ensure quality service delivery, wellbeing of the people and development of the environment without compromising standards.

The newly sworn-in Chairman, Yewa North Local Government Area of Ogun State, Hon. Gabriel Ogunyomi, gave this charge during a congratulatory get-together organised by the staff of the council for him, his Vice, Mrs. Olubukola Omoyayi and the 11 Councilors at the headquarters in Ayetoro.

Hon. Ogunyomi underscored the need for them to initiate lofty ideas to better the lots of the people in a way that would bring the Local Government Area to an enviable height, pointing out that the confidence people reposed in them should not be taken for granted.

"Public office is a platform to represent the interest of the people. The time has come for Yewa North to regain its enviable position in the comity of Local Governments in the State", he submitted.

While appreciating the Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun for his unwavering commitment to the overall transformation of the entire 20 Local Governments, the Chairman applauded career officers in the council for their steadfastness in the Local Government administration.

In their congratulatory messages, a member of Ogun State House of Assembly, representing Ketu Constituency, Hon. Aruna Egungbohun and Consultant to the Governor on Finance, Hon. Bode Edun charged the elected officers to see their election as a call to service and cooperate with one another, while the representative of Nigerian Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE), Comrade Kayode Ajibode and the Head Of Local Government Administration (HOLGA), Mr. Adeyemi Adeyanju pledged their support for them.

The event witnessed the presence of political stalwarts, career officers, youths, religious leaders, community leaders and representative of trade unions among others well-wishers.

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