A Non-Governmental Organisation, Coalition for Good Governance, (C4GG) has described statement credited to a group called Osun Masterminds on the 100 days programmes of the Osun State Government as a disservice to activism and advocacy.
This was contained in a statement issued and signed in Osogbo by the Executive Director and Secretary of the Coalition for Good Governance, Adetayo Adegbemle and Hafsat Alimi.
The Coalition for Good Governance wondered what moral right Osun Masterminds, which it alleged worked for the immediate past government for four years, has to criticise water provision for the citizenry.
The Coalition berated those it said sold their conscience for four years and are now parading the space against programmes designed to meet the immediate needs of Osun people
According to the organization, as at today in Osun, the government has done well to have mapped out such short term plans to be followed by medium term and long term plans for the best of the people of Osun State.
It added that it is the time for good governance when government should be held accountable based on facts and figures, not on political partisanship.