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Osun Assembly Extends Tenure Of LG Caretaker Committees

The Caretaker Management Committee’s term in the 30 Local Government Areas and Local Council Development Areas was extended by the Osun State House of Assembly on Thursday.

When reading the governor’s request for the confirmation of the Caretaker Committee Management at plenary, the Speaker, Timothy Owoeye, stated that the request was in accordance with Section 3(A)(i) (ii) (III) of the State of Osun Local Government Administration and Amendment 7 Law (2021).

A statement by the Press Secretary to the Speaker, Kunle Alabi, quoting Oyetola’s letter to the lawmakers further read, “This is to bring to your notice that the six months term of the Caretaker Management Committee in the Local Government, Councils, Local Government Development Area Councils will expire on the 12th of July, 2022.

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“I hereby request the Distinguished State House of Assembly, Osun State to confirm the appointment of the Caretaker Management to run the affairs of the Councils for another period of six months.”

The Caretaker members were urged to strengthen their ties with the state legislators by Owoeye, who emphasized the need to prevent a void given that local government is the level of government that is closest to the people.

While requesting for their confirmation and re-appointment as Commissioners and Special Advisers, Oyetola who had nominated; Mrs Giwa Latifat, Barr. Olaboopo Olubukola, Hon. Solagbade Oladepo, Hon.Henry Olaonipekun, Hon. Bakare Akande Aleem and Hon.Olanike Omoworare, said the request was in line with the provisions of Section 192(2) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 as Amended.

The Assembly then instructed the designated Commissioners and Special Advisers to submit 35 copies of their resumes to the House of Assembly by Monday, June 27, 2022. A seven-person committee, led by Deputy Speaker Simeon Popoola, was then established to screen the nominations.

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The Caretaker Management Committee’s term in the 30 Local Government Areas and Local Council Development Areas was extended by the Osun State House of Assembly on Thursday.

When reading the governor’s request for the confirmation of the Caretaker Committee Management at plenary, the Speaker, Timothy Owoeye, stated that the request was in accordance with Section 3(A)(i) (ii) (III) of the State of Osun Local Government Administration and Amendment 7 Law (2021).

A statement by the Press Secretary to the Speaker, Kunle Alabi, quoting Oyetola’s letter to the lawmakers further read, “This is to bring to your notice that the six months term of the Caretaker Management Committee in the Local Government, Councils, Local Government Development Area Councils will expire on the 12th of July, 2022.

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“I hereby request the Distinguished State House of Assembly, Osun State to confirm the appointment of the Caretaker Management to run the affairs of the Councils for another period of six months.”

The Caretaker members were urged to strengthen their ties with the state legislators by Owoeye, who emphasized the need to prevent a void given that local government is the level of government that is closest to the people.

While requesting for their confirmation and re-appointment as Commissioners and Special Advisers, Oyetola who had nominated; Mrs Giwa Latifat, Barr. Olaboopo Olubukola, Hon. Solagbade Oladepo, Hon.Henry Olaonipekun, Hon. Bakare Akande Aleem and Hon.Olanike Omoworare, said the request was in line with the provisions of Section 192(2) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 as Amended.

The Assembly then instructed the designated Commissioners and Special Advisers to submit 35 copies of their resumes to the House of Assembly by Monday, June 27, 2022. A seven-person committee, led by Deputy Speaker Simeon Popoola, was then established to screen the nominations.

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