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Osun governor called upon to make public statement of accounts for LGs




The Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola has been referred to as upon to instantly make public statements of accounts of all native governments since February 2021.

This name was made in a signed assertion by Nurudeen Kofoworola Babaji, the Minority Chief of the Osun State Home of Meeting and made obtainable to DAILY POST in Osogbo.

He mentioned the explanation for the demand is as a result of it is very important know the way a lot the councils have expended on personnel prices and the way a lot is left of their respective accounts.

The minority chief additionally referred to as on the federal authorities to prevail on the state authorities to cease the milking of funds belonging to the native authorities, including that the actions of Governor Oyetola has paralysed the closest authorities to the individuals by assuming sole management of their accounts.

In his phrases, “It isn’t information to the individuals of Osun State that each one 30 native authorities councils and the Space Workplace within the State have been with none recognised headship since February 6, 2021 when the tenure of the elected native authorities representatives expired.

“This has due to this fact, affected enormously, governance at this stage as ‘strangers’ are main the councils and an finish has virtually been put to governance within the third tier of presidency.

“The individuals of the state are discovering it so laborious to know why it’s taking eternity for the present state authorities beneath Gboyega Oyetola to represent Caretaker Committee or much more acceptable, organise council polls as witnessed lately in neighboring Oyo State.”

DAILY POST had reported that the Osun State Governor had by way of a memo froze all of the accounts of the Councils on February 5, 2021.

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