LGEA Board Members Applaud Oyetola’s Unprecedented Governance In Osun*
….implores Osun residents to vote massively for continuity
Members of Osun State Boards of Local Government Education Authorities have called on residents of the State to give maximum support to Governor Adegboyega Oyetola on his bid for second term in office.
The Central Working Committee of Boards of LGEAs, comprising representatives of the Board Chairmen, Secretaries, Members and Community Relations Officers, through the Chairman, Dr. Victor Olaniyi, gave the charge while speaking with news men in Osogbo, the State Capital.
According to him, the re-election of Governor Adegboyega Oyetola into office, in the 16th July, 2022 Gubernatorial election, is sacrosanct to all Osun masses due to the dividends of democracy that are being enjoyed by Osun citizens.
Dr. Olaniyi pointed out that the laudable projects and programmes under Governor Adegboyega Oyetola led administration have spoken volumes, hence, the need to return him to Office for another term of four years in office.
According to Dr Olaniyi, “There is no gainsaying the fact that Governor Adegboyega Oyetola deserves a second term in office noting that he has earned it through his unprecedented achievements in the outgoing first term.
“The first term of Oyetola has been highly beneficial to residents of our dear State. The Governor is fixing roads and other infrastructures in all the nooks and crannies of the State, the health sector, education sector are not left out while the masses of the State are having it good in all spheres of life.
“Residents of the State should be rest assured that the Governor is going to perform even better in the second term if given the opportunity. Returning the Governor for a second term is very important for the future of our State.
“In the second term, the Governor will consolidate on all the beautiful programmes that have been achieved in the first term and the State will be better for it. We can’t afford to get it wrong at this time for the benefit of our State, he said.