My Appointment A Welcome Development For The Marginalised Ibarapa People — Ijaya, Makinde’s New DCoS

    1137
    0

    Ademola Ojo, a former chairman of the Oyo state chapter of the Association of Local Government of Nigeria, ALGON, has revealed why he accepted the appointment offered him by Seyi Makinde, governor of Oyo State.

    Ijaya, as Ojo, who was eyeing to represent Ibarapa Central/North federal constituency under the All Progressives Congress, APC, and later in Accord, told newsmen yesterday  in a telephone interview that he accepted the position in the interest of Ibarapa political zone of the state.

    Google search engine

    Makinde, OYOINSIGHT.COM recalls, had yesterday offered the former chairman of Ibarapa central local government the position of deputy chief of staff, the slot which became vacant following the exit of Mojeed Mogbonjubola, who is now the PDP candidate in Oluyole federal constituency.

    According to Ojo, the appointment was a welcome development for the people of Ibarapa, who had already complained of the zone been marginalised.

    He said that the appointment was not only coming to the zone, but with Makinde’s pledge to execute people-oriented projects in the area.

    Ojo thanked the governor for the appointment, promising that he, with the support of Ibarapa people will reciprocate the gesture in the 2023 election.

    Previous articleICYMI: Here’s How Maltina Spun The Happiness Wheel Last Ramadan & Eid-el-Fitr Seasons
    Next articleOYO101: How Did Makinde’s Political Coalition Collapse? | Muftau Gbadegesin

    LEAVE A REPLY

    Please enter your comment!
    Please enter your name here