Cleric Tasks Oyo Governor-Elect on Good Governance

Protests Trail Indonesia Election Results
May 22, 2019
Amosun Urges Community to Cooperate with Monarch
May 22, 2019
Cleric Tasks Oyo Governor-Elect on Good Governance

Chief Imam of University of Ibadan Central Mosque, Professor Abdul Raman Oloyede wants Oyo State Governor-Elect, Engineer Seyi Makinde to make justice hallmark of his administration with a view to entrenching good governance.

He gave the advice while delivering a lecture on “Good Governance in Multi -Religion Society at the 6th Annual Omituntun Ramadan Lecture organized by the Oyo State Governor-Elect, Engineer Seyi Makinde.

From right former governor, Senator Rashidi Ladoga, Oyo State Governor Elect, Engineer Seyi Makinde, Professor Abdul Raman Oloyede, Oyo Deputy Governor Elect, Engineer Rauf Olaniyan and the Aare Musulumi of Yoruba land, Alhaji Daud Makanjuola.

Professor Oloyede quoting relevant Quranic injunctions stressed the need for Engineer Makinde to shun injustice and run an all inclusive government.

Professor Oloyede equally urged Oyo governor-elect to listen to advice and monitor feedback to know whether people are feeling the impact of government.

In a remark, former governor and the Osi Olubadan of Ibadan, Senator Rashidi Ladoja called for support for the incoming administration in the task of transforming the state.

Senator Ladoja, who reiterated that the task before the next government in the state was enormous, believed that Engineer Makinde would fulfill his campaign promises.

Engineer Makinde applauded the people of Oyo State for defying all odds to vote for the Peoples Democratic Party in the just concluded governorship election with a promise not to let the people down.

Also speaking, Deputy Governor Elect, Engineer Rauf Olaniyan admonished Nigerians to always assist the less privilege at all times, not during Ramadan alone.

Some of the dignitaries who attended the lecture included Aare Musulumi of Yorubaland, Delta and Edo, Alhaji Daud Makanjuola, Olubadan of Ibadan, Oba Soliu Adetunji, Dr Saka Balogun, Elder Wole Oyelese and Oloye Sharafadeen Alli.

Iyabo Adebisi

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *