Oyo state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has commended governor Seyi Makinde for the careful selection of the transition/inauguration committee.
The ruling PDP in the state explained that governor Makinde’s careful selection of members of the transition committee reflects a true manifestation of the prospect of Omituntun 2.0.
The Publicity Secretary of PDP in Oyo state, Akeem Olatunji, who made this known on behalf of the party in a press statement on Sunday disclosed that Omituntun 2.0 which is about consolidating on the success of Omituntun 1.0 is already in full swing with the calibre of highly cerebral politicians and vibrant young leaders and technocrats on the list.
Recall that the Oyo State Executive Council headed by the executive governor met over the last weekend and approved a 15-man transition/inauguration committee to oversee the smooth transition of the present government to the next on 29th of May, 2023.
The list of the transition/inauguration committee members include;
1. Hon. Segun Ogunwuyi – Chairman
2. Ms Ololade Ajibola – Secretary
3. Hon. Abdulmojeed Mogbonjubola
4. Mrs Toyin Balogun
5. Barr Adeniyi Farinto
6. Dr Wasiu Olatubosun
7. Hon. Nureni Alabi
8. Chief Ademola Ojo
9. Hon Dayo Ogungbenro
10. Alhaji Wasiu Adeleke
11. Compol (retd) Fatai Owoseni
12. Alhaji Siju Lawal
13. Mr Akinola Ojo
14. Hon. Simeon Oyeleke
15. Prof Abdulwaheed Soliu
“Without doubt, the assemblage of this cerebral team of transition/inauguration committee has further demonstrated that the Seyi Makinde’s government is gifted with bundles of talents and capable hands.
“This is a clear testament to the fact that accelerated development under Omituntun 1.0 was good but Sustainable development under Omituntun 2.0 will be better.
“Makinde as a leader in his own class has continued to raise the bar of good governance that his counterparts from both neighboring states and other parts of the country strive to emulate, and it is on this note we feel greatly lucky to be so blessed with such a visionary leader per excellent.” Olatunji said.