Oyo state house of Assembly to screen commissioner-nominee, Idowu-Oyeleke, Aug. 11


By Oluwaseyi Oduneye-Ogunwomoju
Ibadan, Aug. 6, 2020 The Oyo State House of Assembly, on Thursday, confirmed that the name of Dr Lateef Idowu-Oyeleke had been forwarded to it for screening as commissioner nominee.
Consequently, it has fixed the screening of the commissioner-nominee for Aug 11.
Newsmen reports Idowu-Oyeleke’s name was forwarded to the Assembly by Gov. Seyi Makinde to replace the late Mr Kehinde Ayoola.
NAN also reports that Ayoola, a former Commissioner for Environment, died on May 14 during a brief illness.
The Speaker, Adebo Ogundoyin, said that the commissioner-nominee would be screened on Aug. 11, while his curriculum vita would also be checked to authenticate his records and ascertain his competence as a commissioner in the state.
Ogundoyin said that the vacant commissionership position needed to be filled with a competent hand so that work could progress in the ministry.
The speaker further directed the commissioner-nominee to forward 60 copies of his curriculum vitae to the Assembly before the screening date for proper scrutiny.

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