The statement said: “As our Muslim brothers and sisters celebrate Eid-el-Kabir today, I offer my felicitations on behalf of the government and good people of Edo State.
Browsing: Governor Obaseki
But on August 2, the Edo State Government released a press statement, signed by the Commissioner for Communication and Orientation, Hon. Paul Ohonbamu, announcing the immediate ban of the use of public school premises, roads and other public places for social events. The rationale for the ban, the government said, was that the act is detrimental to the advancement of learning and the overall development of children who are forced to cope with the adverse after effect of this practice.
Obaseki charged the committee to carefully scrutinize the financial books, admission process, quality of the training programmes, lecturers, administration, the ratio of students to lecturers and come up with resolutions that will guide his administration in repositioning the institution.
Obaseki made the request when he received the Head of the Benin Zonal Office of the EFCC, Mailafia Yakubu, on a courtesy visit at Government House in Benin City on Thursday.
The governor made the call when he received the new Resident Electoral Commissioner in the state, Obo Effanga, at the Government House, Benin, on Thursday.
Speaking to journalists after a tour of the farm located in Sobe, Owan West Local Government Area, Obaseki who was accompanied by top government officials and the Managing Director of Saro AgroSciences, Oluwole Adeyegbe, urged youths in the state to embrace the initiative which would enhance their socio-economic status.
Obaseki vowed to unmask the officials who sent the N283 million request for the conduct of the recent primary school examination in the state, which was eventually conducted at the cost of N30 million.
He made the announcement on Tuesday when members of the Edo State Exporters Cluster, paid him a courtesy visit at the Government House in Benin City.
Receiving the Aircraftmen (17A set), who paid him a courtesy visit in Government House, Benin City, Obaseki charged them to see service to one’s fatherland as the greatest commitment anyone can make.
Governor Godwin Obaseki made this known while receiving members of the Nigeria Association of the Blind, Edo State Chapter in Benin.
Oviawe gave the explanation during an inspection tour of some public schools where students are currently writing the Junior Secondary School Certificate Examination in the state.
The governor said this when he received a report presented by the Technical Committee on Infrastructural Development, set up to review the state of road network constructed when Edo State was under the old Midwestern Region, at Government House in Benin City on Tuesday.
The Head of Local Government Administration, Esan South East, Macaulay Ehonor, disclosed this at the end of the JAAC meeting presided over by Governor Godwin Obaseki at Government House in Benin.
Obaseki disclosed this when he received members of the Edo State chapter of the Catholic Counseling and Education Center, who paid him a courtesy visit at the Government House in Benin City.
L-R: Former Governor of Osun State, Chief Bisi Akande; Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State; and Deputy Governor of the…
The governor gave the charge in Benin City on Thursday when he received the executives of the Medical Women’s Association of Nigeria, Edo State Chapter at the Government House.
The governor sought the support of the royal father when he led members of the State Executive Council on an introductory visit to the Oba and his chiefs.
Addressing the permanent secretaries comprising seven males and five females in Benin on Tuesday, Obaseki described their inauguration as a historic journey to restoring the lost glory of the state civil service.
According to the governor, this will help them kick-start their businesses and in turn transfer their skills to other youths to boost employment creation in the state.
A statement by the Interim Chief Press Secretary to Governor Godwin Obaseki, John Mayaki, and made available to newsmen on Sunday in Benin said the moratorium had its terms and conditions