It Is Not Going To Be Business As Usual, I'll Invest In Human Capital Development, Ogun Gov elect Assures Ogun State Governor Elect, Prince Dapo Abiodun has once again reiterated his commitment to serve the people of the state with all due dilligence and total surrender to service by ensuring his government focuses on human Capital development - identified as one of the key components to a growing society that is reliant on economic fortune. My Government will be busy with service delivery, and we are ready to incorporate eggheads and professionals who will be tasked with businness of governance as evidently seen in the men and women that worked their lofts in the past weeks as Transition and innauguration team members. He further stressed that the importance of the mandate given is to serve and i am determined to do so with all dilligence by submitting myself for service. The Governor elect, Prince Dapo Abiodun, MFR made this known while reacting to the charges of discussants that extrayed the innaugural lecture on 'Good Governance in Public Sector, delivered Prof. Pat Utomi, former Presidential Adviser at June 12, Cultural Centre, Kuto today as part of the activities lined up to celebrate his innauguration as the 5th Substantive Governor of Ogun State. Further in his reaction, the Iperu Born oil magnate said: “Citizens have become cynical of government and trust, which is an essential conviction that the social contract between the government and the people has been badly impaired, and almost damaged. So as government it is our duty to rebuild the trust through leadership and equitable distribution of wealth. Unarguably, the potentials and realities on ground showed that there is a missing factor in catalyst and an enabler, and I have no doubt that the missing link is good governance. It's neither going to be a tea party, nor business as usual. Everyday in office must count for something. We are daily reminded of our promises. Earlier before the lecture, the Chairman of the innaugural lecture, Chief Fola Adeola, pioneer Founder of Guaranteed Trust Bank, and former Managing Director while declaring the lecture open advised the Governor elect and his....
It was all glitz and glamour today, venue, Adeola Odutola hall, Ijebu Ode for the Oba Sikiru Adetona, Awujale of Ijebu land 85th Birthday Celebration. The birthday was remarked through an annual public lecture facilitated by Department of Political Science, Olabisi Onabanjo, Ago Iwoye. Orisa Ijebu was all glowing arriving Odutola Conference hall, in company of the Children, Olori, Council of Obas, prominent sons and daughters of Ijebu nation - for the 3rd Annual Oba Dr Sikiru Adetona Professorial Chair In Governance Lecture To Commemorate The 85th Birthday Anniversary Of The Highly Revered Paramount Ruler Of Ijebuland Chief Olatunji Ayanlaja, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria and Chairman, Board of Trustees for the 3rd Annual Professorial Chair, said Adetona described Oba Adetona as a respectful monarch across the nation who strides in purposeful leadership and development through education and peace has been landmark. Themed: “Grassroots Governance: The soft Underbelly of Nigeria’s Political Architecture” was followed by a panel of discussants that includes the presidential candidate of the Young Progressive Party (YPP) at the last election. Ogun governor-elect, Prince Dapo Abiodun, graced the occassion with all charm and splendour that surrounded his victory as the next Governor of Ogun State. His presence was electrifying enough to have commanded rousy chants as he arrived the palace alongside former governor of the state, Chief Segun Osoba. Earlier today, the Incoming Governor has joined well wishes to pay tribute to the King. He described the Paramount ruler as an enigma among very many other traditional rulers. A royal majesty of high integrity who says it as it is, regardless of whore ox is gored. He further said, Awujale have always played unique fatherly roles, mentoring all Ijebu sons and others, and outing the Ijebu landscape in the forefront of commercial, economic, entertainment and cultural industries. Others at the celebration of Life of Awujale are, The Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Adeyemi, Ogun-East senator-elect Lekan Mustapha, business mogul and CEO Rite Foods, Saleem Adegunwa. Captains of Industry, Merchants and Business Mogul.
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Last night, after the session, Prince Dapo Abiodun, MFR, Ogun State Governor elect was in a brief meeting with all newly elected and Serving Governors in South west alongside all members of House of Representatives in Abuja. The meeting was centred on working solutions to improve the socio economic and socio cultural situation of the people, improve ease of doing business and meeting the desirable objectives economic standards for the region.
I STAND BY MY PROMISES TO YOU.... Dapo Abiodun assures Ogun Workers Ogun State Governor elect, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has felicitated with Ogun Workers on the occasion of this year's May Day celebrations. In a statement issued in Abeokuta on Wednesday by Abiodun's spokesperson, Remmy Hazzan, the Governor-elect reiterates that he is committed to the pact signed with labour during the campaigns. The statement reads,: I write to convey my warm felicitations and best wishes to all workers and members of the Labour movement in Ogun state on the occasion of this year's Workers Day celebrations. I am particularly happy that this year signals a positive turn around for our persevering workers as my government, starting by May 29, 2019 is poised to put workers' welfare as a cardinal focus of our administration. As a refresher, let me highlight here again, extracts from our manifesto that are specific to our commitment to improving the welfare of Ogun State workers. i. Establishment of Ministry of Labour and Productivity to effectively engage workers and improve workers productivity and welfare. ii. Appointment of teachers to apex positions to put them at par with their public servants’ counterparts. iii. Restructuring of the contributory pension scheme and inauguration of State and Local Government Pension Boards. iv. Empower and strengthen the Local Governments so they can carry out their statutory mandate and responsibilities effectively as constitutionally guaranteed. v. Review and restore the roles and responsibilities of Public Service as implementation engine of government policies and programmes. vi. Implement continuous capacity building programme and provision of conducive work environment and tools. vii. Introduce performance-based incentives in public service. viii. Prioritise prompt payment of salaries, remittance of global deductions and gratuities for retirees. ix. _Develop affordable Labour Estates for workers in different parts of the state. Among others. As a show of our commitment, we shall ensure the constitution of a committee of stakeholders (including representatives of labour, government and other relevant stakeholders)