2022 Youths Day; Gov Abiodun Promises To Focus On Youths Development In Ogun - EDU-BIZNEWS


Tuesday, November 1, 2022

2022 Youths Day; Gov Abiodun Promises To Focus On Youths Development In Ogun

Governor Dapo Abiodun has assured youths in Ogun State of committment of his administration to implementation of developmental programmes, targeted at protecting their present and future aspirations  

Abiodun represented by his deputy, Engr Noimot Salako Oyedele, gave the assurance  at the year 2022 National Youth celebration held at the cultural centre kuto, Abeokuta.

The governor says  the administration's ISEYA mentra is aimed to engender development of the State for the benefit of all categories of ages, particularly the youths.

" we created so many opportunities for our young ones in all sectors such as ICT, Education, Agriculture, Sports, Trade and investment  among others for all round posterity and better future for our youths" the governor said.
The State Commissioner for Youth and Sports, Dr Oluwadare Kehinde  his welcome address at the event,
said the issues around young people had been brought to the front bunner so that it can be addressed accordingly through this celebration. 

According to him, "The theme for the programme is apt as the State government  has used  the ISEYA mentra" to curb social vice among  the youths  through provision of employment opportunities among  other things to enable these young ones excel in life and be employer of labour.

The pannel of discussant which include the deputy chief of staff, Dr Toyin Taiwo, the Commissioner for Industry, Trade and investment, Mrs Kikelomo Longe, the Commissioner for housing, Jagunmolu Jamiu Akande Omoniyi, and their counterpart in culture and Tourist, Hon Adijat Olad apo spoke respectively on the inpart of their respective  agencies on the Youth as regards the ISEYA MENTRA of the State government 

The state chairman , National Youth council, commrade Abduljabar Ayelangbe thanked the State Government for using the programme to bring all youths together under the same umbrella to discuss issues that affect them.

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