In the News this Week:
300 YEAP Beneficiaries arrive at CSS Global Integrated Farms, Nasarawa.
N100 Million released for completion of abandoned Atiba FM Radio Station.
Deputy Governor, Engr Rauf Olaniyan leads the charge to resolve boundary disputes between Oyo and Osun States residents.
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300 YEAP Beneficiaries
The first batch of 3,300 beneficiaries to be trained under the Youth in Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Project (YEAP), arrived at the CSS Global Integrated Farms, Nasarawa State. The Oyo State Government signed an MOU with CSS Global Integrated Farms, Nigeria, to train YEAP beneficiaries. The first batch is made up of 300 beneficiaries and their 2-week training will focus on food systems. (August 08, 2021)
The Chairman of the Civil Service Commission, Alhaji Kamoru Aderibigbe, revealed that Governor Seyi Makinde has approved the distribution of promotion letters to qualified civil/public servants who were eligible for promotion between 2017 and 2020. Alhaji Aderibigbe said the letters will be distributed as soon as possible. (August 09, 2021)
The Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (OyoSUBEB), Dr Nureni Aderemi Adeniran, revealed that the government has identified 477 Islamic Centres across the state for the first part of the Better Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) programme. Dr Adeniran said that the government had also identified some nomadic centres as well as centres for hawkers for BESDA with the aim of increasing school enrolment. (August 09, 2021)
Governor Seyi Makinde has approved the release of N100 million for the completion of the abandoned Atiba FM radio station in Oyo Town. Governor Makinde’s approval was conveyed by his Chief Economic Adviser, Dr Musibau Adetunji Babatunde during the Stakeholders’ Town Hall Meeting on the 2022 Budget which held at Atiba Town Hall, Oyo Town. (August 11, 2021)
The Deputy Governor, Engr Rauf Olaniyan and his Osun State counterpart, Mr Benedict Alabi, led the boundary committees of their respective states in a meeting with stakeholders to resolve the boundary disputes between residents of Surulere Local Government Area in Oyo State and Olorunda Local Government Area of Osun State. Both state governments appealed to stakeholders and residents to live peacefully. (August 12, 2021)
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