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Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State has suggested conventional rulers within the nation to offer titles to solely individuals of impeccable character.


Makinde gave the recommendation on the conferment of a conventional title on the Director-Basic, Oyo State Funding and Public and Personal Partnership Company (OYSIPA), Segun Ogunwuyi.

Our correspondent reviews that Ogunwuyi was honoured because the Otunba Mayeloye of Ijeru Kingdom in Ogbomoso.

Ogunwuyi who’s a former member of the Home of Representatives was previously, a member of the State Home of Meeting.

In the course of the set up on Saturday, Makinde suggested conventional rulers to offer titles to solely credible individuals to encourage them to do extra.

He famous that to make sure sanity within the society, conventional rulers who’re the custodians of tradition and custom ought to solely honour credible people who’ve displayed excessive ethical values and integrity within the society with chieftaincy titles.

Makinde defined that by honouring solely credible people with titles, conventional rulers would be capable to appeal to many good-spirited Nigerians to render good service to their individuals.

He mentioned, “First, I wish to say that this honour is well- deserved and I wish to thank God that one in every of us is being honoured in his homestead. They do say that prophets are normally not honoured of their properties however this one is being honoured on the grassroots.”

“I’m glad that one in every of our personal, who can also be one of many future leaders of this state and nation, is being honoured in his residence base.

“We’ve got seen individuals who stole cash and had been additionally honoured with titles. However the character whom Kabiyesi is giving this title as we speak is one who’s having an impression on the lives of our individuals within the state.

“So, I wish to beg our Kabiyesi to all the time honour individuals like Honourable Ogunwuyi in order that they will encourage others to serve our state.”

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