Gov. Ajimobi appoints 15 Special Advisers

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Abiola_Ajimobi_Oyo State_0Gov. Abiola Ajimobi of Oyo State on Wednesday in Ibadan announced the appointment of 15 Special Advisers to join the newly-appointed 12 commissioners as members of the State Executive Council.

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This is contained in a statement issued by the Special Assistant to the Governor on Media, Mr Wale Sadeeq.

He said the new Special Advisers include Dr Festus Adedayo, Mr Abayomi Oke, Alhaji Waheed Gbadamosi, Mr Fatai Buhari, Mr Ganiyu Fawole, Mr Gbolagade Busari and Mr Toye Arulogun.

“Others are Mr Adeyemi Aderibigbe, Mr Mathew Oyedokun, Mr Segun Abolarinwa, Mrs Aderonke Adedayo, Ms Olubunmi Amoo, Mr Tope Fajana, Alhaji Fatai Ibikunle and Olunfunke Olunloyo,’’ Sadeeq said in the statement.

He said Ajimobi appointed the Special Advisers after a thorough consideration of their persons and qualifications.

Ajimobi had last week announced the appointment of 12 commissioners, who were later sworn in on Monday in Ibadan.

The statement noted that the swearing-in of the new Special Advisers would come up at the Executive Council Chambers of the Governor’s Office on Thursday, Nov. 14.(NAN)

Babatunde Akinsola
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Babatunde Akinsola is aNaija247news' Southwest editor. He's based in Lagos and writes on the Yoruba Nation political issues, news and investigative reports

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