Adeleke is running a masses-oriented government, SA Public Enlightenment
By Abisola Ariwodola,
Osun State Governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke, has been described as a masses’ friendly Governor whose programmes and policies are always in favour of the greatest number of people.
The Special Adviser to the Governor on Public Enlightenment, Hon Eniola Odeniyi made this assertion at the market sensitization, organized by the Ministry of Information and Public Enlightenment, held at Ifon market in Orolu Local Government Area of the State.
Hon Odeniyi, who explained that the sensitization rally is to project the activities of Governor Ademola Adeleke added that the present administration has imbibed the ethos of good service delivery as its watchword.
While itemizing the achievements of Governor Ademola Adeleke, the Special Adviser harped on the ongoing N100billion infrastructural development project, saying that the principle of citizens’ needs propel the activities of the current administration.
He maintained that the government is masses’ oriented, and will not renege on its promise of prioritizing good governance, as he lauded the positive response of the people of the locality at the market rally.
In his remarks, the Chairman, Orolu Local Government, Alhaji Fatai Alade commended Governor Ademola Adeleke for being a model of good leadership, a gesture which, he claimed, is a motivating factor for everyone in his government.
He also thanked the Ministry of Information and Public Enlightenment for its steadfastness in promoting the government, adding that everyone in the State is proudly watching the performing government of Governor Ademola Adeleke.
The market men and women who spoke during the question time, highlighted their citizens’ needs as: provision of solar lights, borehole, security and good road network, among others.
The market rally was graced by Orolu Local Government Vice Chairman, Hon Tijani Kabiru along with other Council executive members, Head of Local Government Administration, Mrs Christiana Owolola, Councillors from the seven wards of the local government, Iyaloja-General, Chief (Mrs) Mary Oyebode, the Permanent Secretary, Mrs Modupe Irelewuyi as well as Directors in the Ministry, among others.