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Ologburo Excited As Makinde Appoints Morohunkola Thomas, Commends Gov

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A community leader, Chief Babatunde Ologburo, has commended Governor Seyi Makinde, for the appointment of Dr Morohunkola Thomas as the Director General of the Oyo State Agency for Mobilization for Socio-Economic Development.

Ologburo in a statement, highlighted Thomas’s vast experience in the public and private sectors as a strong asset for the State’s economic development.

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Ologburo who also noted Thomas’s deep passion for youth development and community service, added that he would bring a fresh perspective and energy to the Agency.

Chief Ologburo said: “I am thrilled to see Governor Makinde appoint such a distinguished and accomplished individual to this position.”

“Dr. Thomas’s experience in both the public and private sectors, as well as his deep commitment to youth development and community service, make him a perfect fit for the role.”

“I am confident that he will be able to lead the Agency with vision, integrity, and passion, and that he will be a key player in the state’s efforts to drive economic growth and create new opportunities for our people.”

Chief Ologburo also took the opportunity to express his confidence in Governor Makinde’s leadership and commitment to improving the lives of the people of Oyo State.

“Governor Makinde has made it clear that he is committed to creating a more prosperous and inclusive society for all of our citizens. The appointment of Dr. Thomas is just one example of his dedication to this vision.”

“I am excited to see the positive impact that Dr. Thomas will have on our state, and I am eager to support him in any way that I can,” he said.

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