Browsing: Niyi Adebayo

This was disclosed by the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Niyi Adebayo,  during the virtual cake cutting event to mark the  Manufacturers Association of Nigeria 50 years celebration in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja over the weekend.

Chairman of the committee, Sen. Ibrahim Oloriegbe, issued the summons on Monday at a public hearing on “The need to regulate the manufacturing, importation and use of syringes and needles to protect the lives and safety of Nigerians as well as the economy of the country.”

Mustapha, who was represented by the Minister of Trade and Investment, Otunba Niyi Adebayo, spoke at the 201/2018 Long Service and Merit Award put together by the management of the NPA over the weekend.

Caught in the traffic of congratulatory messages pouring in for the first Governor of Ekiti State, Otunba Richard Adeniyi Adebayo, over his Tuesday’s announcement as a minister-designate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, I consider it timely, prompt and worth my while to put pen to paper reechoing what he represents in our body polity and the lesson thereof. For the records, in 1999, Otunba Adebayo as a young man of 40 years laid the foundation for the present day Ekiti, which has since become a pride to all sons and daughters of the “Land of Honour’’ even 20 years after. Through his futuristic mien and modest carriage despite being born with all the privileges of life, the young Niyi maintained a classless disposition towards his people of Ekiti, a trait which has not departed from him even in his current over sixty of age.

From the heavy presence of Okada Riders, youth and women leaders who jam-packed the premises of Ekiti State University Teaching Hospital that Friday night with many of them pulling their shirts to donate blood while I was in surgery to the powerful presence of delegation of the Ewi of Ado Ekiti and Oluyin of Iyin Ekiti by Saturday morning, followed by the personal visit of our referred Aare Afe Babalola, who was accompanied by his wife and principal functionaries of Afe Babalola University. 

Oshiomhole emerged after an affirmative vote by the party’s delegates from the 36 states of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory at the party’s National Convention, which began on Saturday in Abuja

The party regretted that instead of building on the initiatives of his predecessors to sustain job creating businesses, Fayose created conditions that hampered business operations with attendant job losses, allegedly preferring to spend money on projects awarded to his friends for personal gains