FeedbackOYSG News February 8-12. 2021

TESCOM Recruitment

The Oyo State Post Primary Schools Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) issued appointment letters to 150 persons living with disabilities at the TESCOM office, State Secretariat, Agodi, Ibadan. (February 08, 2021)

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Governor Seyi Makinde commissioned the newly-purchased water drilling rig at the State Secretariat, Agodi, Ibadan. The Chairman Oyo State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (OYRUWASSA), Engr. Najeem Omirinde revealed that the agency had already started drilling boreholes in schools, markets, parks and other areas, in a bid to take care of the basic water needs of the people. (February 08, 2021)

Inspection Visit

The Commissioner for Public Works, Infrastructure and Transportation, Prof Dahud Shangodoyin visited Ogbomoso to monitor ongoing projects in the zone. Speaking after his visit, Prof Shangodoyin said the 3km Under-G Stadium-LAUTECH-Second Gate road would be completed by the end of February 2021; six months before the scheduled date of completion. (February 08, 2021)

LAUTECH Report Received

Governor Seyi Makinde received the official report of the Oyo State Negotiating Committee on the Resolution of the Lingering Crisis at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso. In his remarks, Governor Makinde stated that the government would be applying to the National Universities Commission to convert LAUTECH to a full-scale university. In addition, the campus for the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences would be hosted in Iseyin this year. (February 11, 2021)

Secuirty Meeting

Governor Seyi Makinde met with traditional rulers from Ibarapaland to discuss long-lasting solutions to the security issues in the area. Speaking after the meeting, the Secretary to the Traditional Council and Onidere of Idereland, Oba Aderoju Kingsley, thanked Governor Makinde for helping restore peace to Ibarapaland. Oba Kingsley also stated that a Peace and Security Committee would be inaugurated on February 15 to ensure the peaceful coexistence of all residents of Ibarapaland. (February 11, 2021)

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