Honourable representing Ijesha South Federal Constituency, Ajibola Famurewa has congratulated the newly appointed Secretary to the State Government, Prince Oluwole Oyebamiji, Chief of Staff to the Governor, Dr Charles Akinola and Deputy Chief of Staff to the Governor, Mr Abdullah Binuyo.
Famurewa, in a statement issued on Friday described the appointment as a clarion call to service and urged the new appointees to show dedication and commitment towards entrenching the continuity agenda of the current government in the state.
The lawmaker described the appointees as some of the best value adders and technocrats that are needed to uplift the state as their tracked records have shown.
“I congratulate the trio of Prince Wole Oyebamiji, Dr Charles Akinola and Mr Binuyo on their appointments into the government of the State of Osun.
“It’s obvious that your tracked record of both private and public sectors and your readiness to add values to lives are the factors that informed your selections.
“I charge you all to remain committed and dedicated towards the attainment of the continuity agenda of our Committed Governor Gboyega Oyetola and the manifestos of our party, the All Progressives Congress”.
It will be recalled that the news of the three crucial appointments by Governor Oyetola was broken late on Thursday, March 14 and it mandated the appointees to start with immediate effect.
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