Fayose ,Fayemi Ex Aides Make List of Oyebanji’s  Fresh Appointments 

Some aides of two former governors, Ayo Fayose and Kayode Fayemi were included in the list of the  new appointments announced  by governor Biodun Oyebanji.
The governor had announced the appointments of 162 new aides,including
79 Senior Special Assistants, SSAs, 73 Special Assistants, SAs and 10 Technical Advisors, TAs.
A statement signed by the Governor’s Special Adviser on Media, Yinka Oyebode, the new appointment which will take effect from January 1, 2024 is the first of the two batches to be rolled out.
Sunday Omosilade ,former personal aide to Fayose is now Special Assistsht Special Duties 1 to governor Oyebanji Dozens of ex Fayemi’s aides ,for example  Hon Israel Adesokan (former Senior Special Assistant on Internal Security)  is now SSA Traffick Management.
 Governor Oyebanji urged them to see their appointments as opportunity to serve the people of the state and contribute to the administration’s development agenda.
Also, Governor Oyebanji has approved the appointment of a seven-member committee to coordinate appointments into boards and commissions.
“the committee has the mandate of the Governor to consult with relevant stakeholders across the 16 local government areas of the state, screen and recommend names of suitable candidates for appointments as members of boards and commissions.
“In carrying out their assignment, the Governor urged the committee members to be guided by the relevant laws establishing the various parastatals. The committee has six weeks to conclude the exercise and submit their recommendations to the Governor.”
The committee will be chaired by Prof Dupe Adelabu while Barr Paul Omotosho will act as the Vice Chairman. Adebayo Gold is the Secretary while Senator Yemi Adaramodub is a member. Other members include; Chief Alaba Abejide, Chief Jide Awe and Rt. Hon. Adeoye Aribasoye.

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