Gov. Ajimobi appoints brother, Ex-gov. Akala’s son as LG bosses

Gov. Ajimobi appoints brother, Ex-gov. Akala’s son as LG bosses

Oyo State Governor Abiola Ajimobi has appointed 28 local government and 29 LCDA caretaker committee chairmen, among them are his younger brother, Teslim Ajimobi, son of former Governor Adebayo Alao-Akala, Olamiju; and son of former Olubadan Prince Gbade Lana.

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On the list read yesterday at plenary by House of Assembly Speaker Michael Adeyemo, Gov. Ajimobi’s brother was appointed the Chairman of Ibadan South East while Akala’s son heads that of Ogbomoso North.

Others include; Abdulfatai Niyi Adeagbo (Itesiwaju); Ogundiwin Jonathan (Ibadan North East); Adesokan Adeniyi (Akorede LCDA).
Others are Samuel Ajadi (Oke’ Badan LCDA); Owolabi Adewole (Atisbo); Wahab Oladejo (Ido) and Adeleke Adekunle (Oluyole).

Hon. Adeyemo said the tenure of the appointees would be for three months.

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