The Accountant General of the State Osun, Mr Alaba Akintayo Kolawole has retired from the service.
Mr Kolawole retired from service on account of reaching the threshold age of 60 years few days back, in line with the civil service rules and practice.
He had served the state meritoriously in various capacities since he joined the service some decades ago and rose to be appointed the Accountant General of the state by Governor Rauf Aregbesola in 2012 when he reached the pinnacle of his career.
Mr Kolawole was known to be diligent and hardworking in his duties while in office and the service will miss him and his contributions.
Meanwhile, the Governor, State of Osun, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola has congratulated Mr. Kolawole for successfully retiring from service and wish him well in his future endeavors.
The insinuation that Mr Kolawole resigned his appointment is not true and should be disregarded accordingly.
The government wishes Mr Kolawole well in the journey of life.
Commissioner for Information and Strategy
State of Osun.
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