- Governor Dapo Abiodun has sent a list of commissioner-nominees to the Ogun state House of Assembly
- Abiodun sent the list on Thursday, December 12, barely seven months after he became the governor of the state
- The speaker of the House, Olakunle Oluomo, read the letter from the governor on the floor of House on Thursday, December 12
Six months after he was sworn-in as the governor of Ogun state, Dapo Abiodun, has finally sent 18-man list of commissioner-nominees to the state House of Assembly for screening and possible confirmation.
Daily Trust reports that the appointment came barely seven months after Abiodun assumed office as the chief security officer of the state.
Legit.ng gathered that the nominees included the immediate past commissioner for sports under former governor Ibikunle Amosun, Afolabi Afuape, Oludotun Taiwo, Ganiyu Hamzat, Funmi Efuape, Kehinde Oluwadare, Jamiu Omoniyi, Toyin Taiwo, Tunji Akinosi, Ade Adesanya, Dr. Adeola Odedina, Prof. Sidi Osho, Abiodun Abudu-Balogun, Tunji Odunlami and Femi Ogunbanwo.
Others included Dapo Okubadejo, Funmi Coker, Gbolahan Adeniran and Laolu Olabimtan.
The nominee list was read by the speaker of the House, Olakunle Oluomo at the floor of the House on Thursday, December 12, in Abeokuta, the state capital.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that Governor Abiodun described his recent victory at the Court of Appeal as a triumph of truth and democracy both for his administration and all lovers of justice.
It was reported that he commended his legal team and the All Progressives Congress (APC) for their contribution to his victory, as he added that he would open all means of fellowship to his rivals, especially the candidate of the Allied People’s Movement (APM), Adekunle Akinlade.
The governor also called on all stakeholders to put aside their grievances and join hands with him and work for the development and growth of the state.
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