Ogun: Tunde Oladunjoye, Others Named Boards/Commission Chairmen - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Thursday, August 13, 2020

Ogun: Tunde Oladunjoye, Others Named Boards/Commission Chairmen

                                    • Oladunjoye

Governor Dapo  Abiodun on Thursday approved the appointment of human rights activist and veteran journalist, Com. Tunde Oladunjoye, chairman, Ogun State Television Station (OGTV) board 

Abiodun also named are six Senior Special Assistants.

Oladunjoye and his co - appointees, like in the earlier phases, were drawn from across the political parties in consonance with Governor Abiodun's policy to promote inclusiveness, merit and experience in its quest to building a peaceful and a more prosperous future for citizens of the State 

The governor had repeatedly promised a wholesome approach to governance and stressed his resolve to appoint people from diverse experience backgrounds as political appointees towards reengineering the State and to ensure poverty alleviation and wealth creation among the people.

Appointed into different boards are:
S/N Appointees Positions
1 Commr. Tunde Oladunjoye Chairman
2 Mrs. Bola Akinyan Member
3 Lekan Adejare Member
4 Olukotun Segun Member
5 Sunday Akinyemi Matthew Member
6 Avose Johnson Member
7 G.O. Ogunfowora Member
8 Hon. Muri Awolaja Member
9 Akeem Anibi Member
10 Mr. Wale Idowu Member
S/N Appointees Position
1 Sola Otesile Chairman
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
S/N Appointees Positions
1 Hon. Fatai Sowemimo Chairman
2 Wale Omowunmi Member
3 Evang. Kehinde Akinsoji Member
4 Femi Ade Rasheed Member
5 Yomi Olojeloju Member
S/N Appointees
1 Popoola Adesina Bolaji
2 Seyi Odumuyiwa
3 Bode Edun
4 Rufai Abidemi
5 Segun Ojolowo
6 Afeez Balogun
He  charged the new appointees to be forward thinking in the discharge of the onerous task of moving the State to the next level.

"The Building Our Future Together is more than a mantra. It is a policy thrust that we will leave no stone unturned to actualize. Our inclusiveness is deliberate, because together, we will achieve more and at a faster pace," Abiodun said in a statement by Kunle Somorin, his Chief Press Secretary.

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