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Ogun Governor-Elect Announces Economic Transition Committee

The Ogun State Governor-Elect, Prince (Dr.) Dapo Abiodun, has announced the Economic Transition Committee that will further articulate his campaign manifesto, ensure robust engagement with stakeholders and develop a Roadmap to guide its implementation.

In a Press Statement issued on Friday, by his spokesperson, Remmy Hazzan, the Governor-Elect was quoted as saying “Ogun State is blessed with an abundance of human resources in all fields of endeavor and this is reflected in the array of distinguished sons and daughters who have volunteered their
skills, rich and diverse experience and vast network to work on this important assignment, furthermore, our commitment to provide an inclusive Government is expressed in the composition of the committee.”

The 23-man team is chaired by Mr. Tunde Lemo, a former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, others are: Mr. Dapo Okubadejo, Secretary, H.E. Senator Gbenga Kaka, H.E. Alhaja Salimot Badru, Mr. Foluso Phillips, Prof. Konyin Ajayi, SAN, Mr. Kunle Elebute, Mr. Gboyega Nasiru Isiaka, Otunba Rotimi Paseda, Dr. Reuben Abati, Mr. Mutiu Sunmonu, CON, Mr. Olajide Odewale, Chief Kayode Sofola SAN, Prof. Sidi Osho, Prof. Semiu Musa Olomu, Engr Bayo Adeola, FNSE, Mr. Tola Mobolurin, Mr. Lekan Asuni, Dr. Tunji Oredipe, Otunba Bimbo Ashiru, Arc. Dunni Opayemi, Mr. Bola Ogunsola, Chief Bode Mustapha.

“To ensure an effective and efficient discharge of its assignment, the Economic Transition Committee will be assisted by Work Groups, each of which will focus on its assigned thematic area such as Education, Youth and Sports, Health and Social Services, Government Processes, Agriculture and Food Security, Transformational Initiatives, among others.

The names of the members of the Work Groups will be released in due course. While the Economic Transition Committee will focus on developing the Roadmap, another committee has been set up to interface with the incumbent government to ensure a smooth and orderly change of Administration in the State.” the statement concluded.

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