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Aspirants Oppose Governor Makinde Consensus Arrangement, Support Primary Election

Ahead of tomorrow’s meeting with the Executive Governor of Oyo State, party leaders in Ibadan North Local Government met with the Stakeholders and aspirants in the forthcoming General Election into the Oyo State House of Assembly.

You will recall, the Engr. Seyi Makinde met with some party leaders last Friday and informed them of his intention to present party tickets for National Assembly and State House of Assembly. Oduduwanews learnt that the Governor I structed the leaders of the 33 local governments in the State to meet with their people and present consensus candidates for a meeting scheduled for tomorrow 4th of April, 2022.

In the meeting attended yesterday, 2nd of April by leaders and stakeholders of Ibadan North, it was agreed that Ibadan North State House of Assembly Constituency 1&2 will conduct primary election and will not be going by consensus candidates same to National Assembly .

In attendance at the meeting were the Local Government Party Chairman, State Party Youth Leader, Women leader, Youth leader, LG party Secretary, all Local Government Party leaders in the local government, stakeholders and all aspirants…….

Oduduwanews learnt that agreement document was signed by all aspirants which authenticates their decision that primary election should be conducted as against the wish of the Governor to present a consensus candidate.

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Encomium As Gov Makinde Lays Foundation Of LAUTECH Iseyin Campus

Determination to make Oyo state, Nigeria’s first point of learning destination has been revealed by Governor Seyi Makinde, for advancement of Education in the State.

Makinde stated this while laying the foundation block of Administrative Building of the College of Agriculture and Renewable Natural Recourses, LAUTECH Iseyin campus, at Okeho Road, Old College of Education Site, Iseyin.

The Governor while addressing Cabinet members, local Government Chairmen, traditional fathers, religious fathers, announced approval of 500 Million Naira Grant to ensure smooth-take-off of the campus, alongside 200 Million Naira Grant from the Federal Government.

The Oyo state’s helmsman also stated accomodation of the campus in the capital expenditure which forms integral part of the proposed 2022 budget still undergoing scrutiny by Lawmakers of the state’s House of Assembly led by Speaker Adebo Ogundoyin.

Earlier in his address, the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Professor Ayodeji Omole, recalled the institution’s problems before the eventually ceding by the National Universities Commission to Oyo state Government.

While appreciating Governor Makinde for giant strides made till date, Senior Advocate of Nigeria who is also a philanthropist, Ahmed Raji, demanded upgrade of infrastructural facilities for the campus to aid easy-movement of students and boost economic activities.

Foundation-laying ceremony of the Administrative Building of the College of Agriculture and Renewable Natural Recourses, LAUTECH Iseyin campus, recorded the attendance of Oyo state’s Chief- judge, Muktar Abimbola, Chairman, House Committee on Education, Chairman, House Committee on Agriculture, Commissioners, lawmakers and many others.

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