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Osun Education Review: Oyetola Has Given Education a Rebirth, Says  IPAC

Honour on Aregbesola-4 Osun State Governor, Mr. Gboyega Oyetola (2nd left); Minister of Interior, Federal Republic of Nigeria, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola; his wife, Serifat (right) and Governor's wife, Kafayat, during a Celebratory Banquet in honour of the Interior Minister and the governor respectively, at the Government House, Osogbo on Saturday 07-09-2019

By Deborah Oladejo, Osogbo

The leadership of the Inter-Party Advisory Committee (IPAC) has supported the recent review of some education policies in Osun State, saying that the administration of Governor Adegboyega Oyetola has given education a rebirth.

IPAC commended the State government for demonstrating a high sense of commitment and courage to rejig some policies in the education system of the State even when it was perceived impossible.

The Chairman of the Committee, Pastor Olatunji Popoola, who stated this during a courtesy call on the governor at his office in Abere, Osogbo maintained that the action was in fulfillment of Oyetola’s pledge to run a participatory and all-inclusive government.

He noted that the governor had renewed and re-registered his acceptance and support in the minds of the citizens.

He said, “We are people of credible track records, we don’t just praise, we praise when it is required, and for us to applaud you, it shows that you are doing excellently well. Since you came, your activities have shown leadership, capacity and commitment to good governance.

“Though cool, calm and gentle, but you are steady in the running of the affairs of the state, and this has always given us the courage to extend our support to you.”

Responding, the Governor, expressed appreciation to the leadership of IPAC  for being the bulwark of development and growth for the State.

Oyetola lauded the leadership and members of the group for identifying with the government and reaffirmed his administration’s commitment to continue to ensure human-capital and infrastructural development in all strata of the economy.

“As a government, we shall continue to do the needful and we will not renege on our promise to run a participatory, all inclusive and people-oriented government”, the governor said.




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