Oyo Assembly to Screen Seven Returning Commissioners on Thursday - Penangle | News Portal in Nigeria
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Oyo State House of Assembly will screen the seven returning state commissioners whose names were forwarded to the House by Governor Seyi Makinde on Thursday, 5th of August, 2021.

The Speaker, Oyo State House of Assembly, Adebo Ogundoyin announced this after reading a letter from the executive, requesting for the seven commissioners to be screened and considered for re-appointment.

They are Mr. Akinola Ojo (Ministry of Finance), Professor Oyelowo Oyewo (Ministry of Justice), Chief Bayo Lawal (Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Matters) and Professor Dawood Sangodoyin (Ministry of Public Works).

Others are Barrister Temilolu Ashamu (Ministry of Energy), Mrs. Faosat Sanni (Ministry of Women Affairs) and Alhaji Ayansiju Lawal, (Ministry of Establishment and Training).

The letter reads: “It will be recalled that this administration dissolved her Executive Council Members some weeks back for further preparation and re-composition for better performance in the coming years.

“Consequent upon this, I wish to inform you that the personalities have been considered suitable to serve the state further as Honorable Commissioners after a review of their performances.”

The Speaker after announcing the appointment of the seven commissioners said rather than coming to the House on Thursday with their documents and necessary certificates, the appointees should come with copies of reports of their achievements so far as well as their future plans to move Oyo State forward in line with the vision and mission of the present administration led by Governor Makinde.

“The seven returning commissioners have been screened before by the Oyo State House of Assembly. We have their relevant documents and certificates with us. However, I will employ them to come and give us progress reports of their activities and other plans they have to move Oyo State forward. We are looking forward to seeing them in the House.” Ogundoyin stated.

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