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OSHA 2019: Kolawole Congratulates APC House Of Assembly Members Elect



… Says Oyetola’s Administration Divinely Ordained To Take The State To The Next Level

A frontline community leader in Osun state and renowned educational stakeholder, Alhaji Fatai Kolawole has congratulated all the twenty two newly elected House of Assembly members on the platform of the ruling All Progressives Congress on their victory in the Saturday’s election

Kolawole in a congratulatory massage he personally signed and made available to CityMirrorNews in Osogbo, on Monday rejoiced with all the 22 house of assembly members elect on their victory.

The Osun State Universal Basic Education boss however charged all the elected house of Assembly members to fulfill all the electoral promises made to their constituents during the campaign.

He sought their full cooperation for the administration of the Governor of the State, Alhaji Isiaka Adegboyega Oyetola.

Kolawole described the legislature as a very important arm of government whose success or otherwise of any administration largely depends.

In his words, he said “if you look at the immediate past administration of the State led by Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, you will see that the seamless cooperation between the executive and legislature for the eight years resorted to the sterling performance of that regime and the modern Osun we all see today”, he concluded.

The SUBEB boss said the result of the house of Assembly election across the state was a true reflection that the people of Osun are favourably disposed to the policies and programmes of the ruling party in all areas of human endeavours including education in the State.

The highly rated educational expert also added that from all indications, Oyetola’s administration is truly divinely ordained to take the State of Osun to the next level.

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