People’s welfare our priority – Osun Gov

People’s welfare our priority – Osun Gov

From Fisayo Akinduro, Osogbo
Osun state Governor, Gboyega Oyetola has restated his commitment to ensure that people’s centered policies remain the core objective of his government.

Oyetola  made the assertion while playing host to the leadership of the African Church in Nigeria  in his office in Osogbo.

The governor who was represented by his Deputy, Benedict Alabi, acknowledged the spiritual role of the Church in the survival of the society.

Oyetola who attributed his victory in the last election to the grace of God, maintained that the welfare of the people would continue to be the focal point of his administration saying that is the purpose of governance.

He used the forum to highlight the policy objectives of his Government especially in the areas of health, security, education and agriculture among others, saying government is conscious of the need to diversify the economy and engage the youths meaningfully.

The governor while responding to a remark on the issue of security, maintained that Osun has continued to be adjudged the safest state in the country.

He assured that government is proactive in taking measures to sustain peace in the state.

The Primate-elect of the African Church of Nigeria, Most Reverend Julius Abbe, earlier in his remarks, acknowledged the giant strides of Oyetola within the last six months of his assumption of office in all sectors especially on workers salaries, people’s welfare, health and security.

Abbe who was accompanied by Diocesan Bishops of the Church across the state, appreciated God for what he has been doing for the state through the All Progressives Congress  (APC) led Government.

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He assured that the Church of God would continue to support  Governor Oyetola’s administration with prayers.

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