Governors of the 36 states of the federation and the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja have been advised to open special accounts where big and small companies as well as public spirited individuals could donate money in aid of the battle against the scourge of Coronavirus Disease being individually and collectively fought by the states and federal governments.
Browsing: Kehinde Olaosebikan
The Minister of Sports and Youth Development, Sunday Dare, has been commended for his straight and practical approach to grassroots soccer development in Nigeria with the success of the maiden edition of Sunday Dare Grassroots Soccer tournament, which came to an end on Sunday in Ibadan, Oyo State.
This is why the recent intercontinental recognition and celebration of Nigerian-born President and Chairman, Board of Directors of the African Export-Import Bank. Prof. Benedict Okey Oramah, calls for special attention. In far away Russia, the largest country in the world, Oramah made history on November 4, 2019 as he was conferred with the prestigious national honor of Russia, The Order of Friendship. He was fêted in the Russian seat of power, Kremlin, by the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, at a very special ceremony.
Towards this end, the national leadership of The Polytechnic Ibadan Alumni Association has commenced a comprehensive mobilization of the over one million alumnus, students of the institution, parents and other indigenous people in support of Olaosebikan for the governorship race.
Depicting the best of grassroots democracy, the Member representing Oluyole Constituency in the State House of Assembly, Hon. Abiodun Muideen Wahab Ademolu, moved the motion for the adoption at the weekly general meeting of the party held at Community Primary School, Olomi.
Olaosebikan said in a statement that for a politician of Abubakar’s status to leave a party almost alone showed that the former vice president had declined in popularity and followership
Interestingly, a coterie of eager aspirants have thrown down the gauntlet, believing that given Senator Abiola Ajimobi, the incumbent governor’s low rating with the poor masses who have had to bear the brunt of his unprecedented brutal and elitist policies, there is no better time to knock him off the governorship pedestal