Excitement as Makinde reappoints SA Islamic, Imam Abdul-Rasheed Abdul-Azeez 

The Governor of Oyo state, ‘Seyi Makinde’, has reappointed Alhaji AbdulRasheed Adewale as Special Assistant on Islamic Affairs. 

His appointment was contained in a statement made available to newsmen by the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Sulaimon Olanrewaju on Wednesday.

Abdul-azeez, who served meritoriously in Omitutun 1.0 is an Islamic scholar and one who has continued to advance the affairs of Islam in the state. 

Excited by the development, the chairman of MMPN Oyo State, Alhaji Abdul Rofih congratulated the appointee and asked Allah to continue to guide and protect him in the course of the state duty. 

Similarly, Makinde also appointed the duo of Barrister Ayodele Adekanmbi and Mr. Olajide Boladuro as Directors-General of the Oyo State Agency for Living with Disabilities and the Oyo State Gaming Board, respectively.

The reappointment of Bishop David Moradeyo as the chairman of the Oyo State Pilgrims Welfare Board (Christian Wing) was approved by the governor while Sheikh Hashim Olamide Wahab Atere has been appointed as the chairman of the Muslim Wing of the Board.

Other appointments approved by the governor are as follows;

Rev. Femi Ibikunle- Special Assistant (Inter-Faith Affairs)

Mr. Timothy Olufemi Sunday- Executive Assistant (Disabilities Matters)

Alhaji AbdulRasheed Adewale- Special Assistant (Islamic Affairs)

Mr. Lanre Dairo – Special Assistant (Housing & Urban Development)

Rt. Hon. Olaniyan Babatunde David- Executive Chairman, Shooting Stars

Mr. Ayoola Olowosoke- Chairman, Agency for Adult and Non-formal Education (AANFE)

Engr. Ojekunle Ezekiel- Chairman, Rural Electrification Board

Mrs Adedotun Bolanle Olaitan – Chairperson, Broadcasting Service of Oyo State (BCOS)

Mr Tolu Kuku- Senior Special Assistant (Domestic)

All the appointments, according to a letter by the Chief of Staff to Oyo State Governor, Otunba Segun Ogunwuyi, are with immediate effect.

While congratulating the appointees, the governor charged them to see their appointments as a call to greater service and to discharge their duties with optimum dedication to the state.

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