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Newly Sworn-in Commissioners Assume Duty in Oyo State

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Newly Sworn-in Commissioners Assume Duty in Oyo State
The newly sworn-in commissioners in Oyo State have assumed duty in their respective offices, signaling a fresh phase of development and public service in the state. The commissioners have expressed their commitment to collaboration, technological advancement in education, and environmental sustainability, with the aim of achieving remarkable results and making Oyo State a model for other states in Nigeria.

IBADAN - The newly sworn-in commissioners in Oyo State have assumed duty in their respective offices, signaling a fresh phase of development and public service in the state. Governor 'Seyi Makinde recently swore in the Secretary to the State Government, Head of Service, sixteen commissioners, and new Permanent Secretaries, setting the stage for an administration determined to bring about positive change.

The Commissioner for Trade, Industry, Investment and Cooperative, Mr. 'Demola Ojo, was among the first to arrive at the state secretariat to begin his official responsibilities. Mr. Ojo emphasized the importance of collaboration in moving the economy and fortune of the state to an enviable position within Nigeria and beyond. He also made a commitment to run an open administration while maintaining official protocols.

Meanwhile, the Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Prof. Abdulwaheed Soliu, discussed his vision of driving the education system in Oyo State with technology. As technology continues to advance, Prof. Soliu recognizes the significance of incorporating it into the state's education system to improve access and quality of education.

The newly sworn-in Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources, Mr. Abdulmojeed Mogbonjubola, expressed his determination to make Oyo State the cleanest and most environmentally attractive state in the country. Mr. Mogbonjubola wasted no time in getting to work, stressing the need for collective effort and commitment to achieve great successes in environmental sustainability. He also emphasized the importance of bringing all relevant agencies under the Ministry back on board.

Speaking about his goals and expectations, he stated, "I'm here to work and to achieve...give me your all, to record unparalleled successes. I need you to get results, if possible 110% and nothing less."

With the assumption of duty by the newly sworn-in commissioners, Oyo State is poised for a new era of development and progress. Their commitment to collaboration, technological advancement in education, and environmental sustainability will contribute to the overall growth and improvement of the state.

The Oyo State Government, under the leadership of Governor 'Seyi Makinde, has demonstrated its commitment to effective and transparent governance by appointing competent and dedicated individuals to key positions. The commissioners' readiness to immediately settle down to work and deliver on their mandates is a promising sign for the people of Oyo State.

As the commissioners embark on their respective tasks, the people of Oyo State can look forward to positive changes and impactful initiatives in various sectors. From trade and industry to education and environmental preservation, the newly sworn-in commissioners are poised to make a difference and set Oyo State as a model for other states in Nigeria.

Overall, the assumption of duty by the new commissioners marks the beginning of a new chapter in Oyo State's journey towards progress, development, and effective public service. The expectations are high, and the people of Oyo State eagerly anticipate the fulfillment of the commissioners' promises and the realization of their shared vision for the state's advancement.

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