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After Condemnation, Osun Govt Sets Up Design Competition For Fresh State Logo



Just In: Adeleke Assents To Bill Creating New Logo for Osun Stat

Following the condemnation that trailed the unveiling of a new logo for Osun state, Governor Ademola Adeleke has directed the holding of a logo crafting competition between April 19th and 26th.

Governor Adeleke had on Wednesday, assented to a bill adopting a new logo for the state.

The Governor through a statement signed by his spokesperson, Mallam Olawale Rasheed, said the new symbol as a signal of new rebirth for Osun state.

However, netizens and members the opposition parties have condemned the new Logo, describing the bill on creating new logo for the state as a waste of the tax payers money which at the end will not make any impact.

But the state government, through the Governor’s spokesperson, Olawale Rasheed, while responding to questions on X, said what was being circulated was the prototype, adding that the 3D copy of the new logo would be unveiled during the next Ipade Imole in Ilesa.

In another statement released by Rasheed on Thursday, it was noted that those submitting a design are to take into account the prototype logo in terms of its contents and style.

He said: “Those submitting a design are to take into account the prototype logo in terms of its contents and style.

“The submission can be made in person both soft and printed copy to the Office of the Commissioner, Ministry of Information and Public Enlightenment.

“Entries can also be submitted online via or, with bio data and contact details of the designer. The subject should be with the subject “OSUN STATE LOGO”.

“The best design will be announced on April 28 and will be unveiled on April 30th during the new edition of Ipade Imole.

“Commenting on the one week competition, Governor Adeleke noted as follows: “As a listening leader, I have asked that we open the change of logo to more public input through this one week competition.

“The best three designers will be invited and compensated”.