Ogun State Governor Prince Dapo Abiodun has once again appointed individuals to state boards and commissions.
The governor on Thursday also appointed six senior special assistants.
In a statement from his chief press secretary, Kunle Somorin, Abiodun said the appointees, as in previous phases, came from all political parties, in line with his administration’s policy of promoting inclusion, the merit and experience.
He added that the appointment was also in his quest to build a peaceful and more prosperous future for the citizens of the Ogun.
Somorin said: “The Governor has repeatedly pledged a sound approach to governance and underlined his determination to appoint people from diverse backgrounds as political leaders to reorganize the state and ensure poverty reduction and creation of wealth among the population. ”
The 28 people appointed are:
OGUN STATE TELEVISION (OGTV)
1 comm. Tunde Oladunjoye President
2 Ms Bola Akinyan Member
3 Member Lekan Adejare
4 Olukotun Segun Member
5 Sunday Akinyemi Matthew Member
6 Member Avose Johnson
7 Member of the G.O. Ogunfowora
8 Hon. Member of Muri Awolaja
9 Member of Akeem Anibi
10 Mr. Wale Idowu Member
OGUN STATE PRINTING CORPORATION
1 Sola Otesile – President
2 Zangonde Daniel Sonayon – Member
3 Bagbuyi Segun Tai – Member
4 Dorcas Odugbesan – Member
5 Gabriel Ogunyemi – Member
6 Prince Adetona Fatai – Member
7 Barr. Tunde Ogunsola – Member
OGUN STATE WATER CORPORATION
1 Hon. Fatai Sowemimo – President
2 Wale Omowunmi – Member
3 Evang. Kehinde Akinso – Member
4 Femi Ade Rasheed – Member
5 Member Yomi Olojeloju
SENIOR SPECIAL ASSISTANTS (SSA)
1 Popoola Adesina Bolaji
2 Seyi Odumuyiwa
3 Bode Edun
4 Rufai Abidemi
5 Segun Ojolowo
6 Afeez Balogun
Governor Abiodun instructed the new appointees to be forward-thinking in carrying out the heavy task of bringing the state to the next level.
“Building our future together is more than a mantra. It is a political objective that we will not neglect to achieve. Our inclusion is deliberate because together we will achieve more and at a faster pace, ”the statement read.