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OCCM In Alliance To Ensuring Inclusive Governance In Osun

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In amplifying the voices of the citizens, the Osun Citizens’ Charter Movement (OCCM) has concluded plans to collaborate with relevant stakeholders to ensure equity in the delivery of democracy dividends to the masses.

The movement is also looking forward to deliberate with the Osun State Governor, Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola in an engagement and deliberations concerning inclusive governance in the state.

In a chat with CityMirrorNews in Osogbo on Saturday, the Chairman of the movement, Comrade Michael Olusesi Ebofin disclosed that OCCM team has been collaborating with relevant stakeholders in ensuring Government of human face for the people.

Comrade Ebofin, who emphasized the importance of feedback in any human setting also added that OCCM is currently working with the Ministry of Economic Planning, Budget and Development, headed by Prof. Olalekan Yinusa, to facilitate an impactful engagement with the Governor for a feedback in September, 2021.

According to him, the event is to mark the third year of the presentation and signing of the Citizens’ Charter of Demand by the Governor at the gubernatorial debate held on 16th September, 2018, at Aurora Event Centre, Osogbo.

OCCM is a coalition drawn from varying sectors of Citizen Groups in Osun State, which include Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), National Council for Women Society (NCWS), National Council of Child Rights Advocates of Nigeria (NACCRAN), Federation of Informal Workers Organisation of Nigeria (FIWON) and Nigeria Youth Council (NYC).

Others are Joint National Association of People With Disability (JONAPWD), Association of Women In Trade (AWITA), Community Development Council (CDC), Media/ Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), National Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ) and Nigeria Bar Association (NBA).

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