OGUN ASSEMBLY COMMISERATES WITH GOV. ABIODUN, SWEARS IN ADEYEMI AS DEPUTY CLERK - AMEBO ONLINE NEWSPAPER

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OGUN ASSEMBLY COMMISERATES WITH GOV. ABIODUN, SWEARS IN ADEYEMI AS DEPUTY CLERK

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Ogun State House Assembly has commiserated with the family of the State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun on the departure of their patriarch, Dr. Emmanuel Abiodun, who passed on yesterday at the age of 89, describing his demise as a huge loss to the society.

Oluomo,  made the remarks in response to the submission of a member representing Ikenne State Constituency, Kunle Sobukanla who formally briefed the Assembly on the death of the octogenarian under Personal Explanation, shortly after which the Lawmakers observed a minute silence in honour of the deceased.

The Speaker also conveyed the Assembly’s condolence to the family of the late Permanent Secretary, Ms. Oluseye Fatudimu who until her death served in the State Ministry of Community Development and Cooperatives. 

In another development, the Assembly today confirmed the appointment of the former Acting Deputy Clerk, Barr. Funmilayo Adeyemi as the substantive Deputy Clerk, thus she was sworn -in, following the administration of oaths of office and allegiance administered on her by Barr. George Oyeniyi.

In another development, Speaker Oluomo has called on security agencies, especially the State Command of the Nigeria Police Force to forestall violent clash that could result into breakdown of law and order around Ibese area of Yewa North Local Government area.

The Speaker made the call, while responding to the submission of a member representing Yewa North I State Constituency, Adegoke Adeyanju, who reported the recent clash between motorcycle riders and Articulated Truck Drivers in the community.

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