Chairman, Ikenne Local Government Area of Ogun State, Mr Tajudeen Salako, has charged the newly constituted board and committee members of the Local Government Education Authority to live up to the expectation by keeping the flag of the council area flying.
Salako gave the charge during the swearing-in ceremony of the committee members at the local government secretariat, Ikenne.
The local government boss also advised them to justify the confidence the government and the people of the council area reposed in them.
Salako, who described primary education as the pivot of growth and development said his administration would use every power at its disposal to assist the committee members to achieve their aims and objectives to uplift education in the council area.
Also, speaking at the event, Honourable Olusola Sonuga representing Ikenne Constituency in the Ogun State House of Assembly urged the appointees to see their appointment as a call to service.
He added that they should have the fear of God in the discharge of their duties, saying “your appointment should be used to extend dividends of democracy to others in the local government area.”
Some dignitaries at the event included the Secretary to the local government, Prince Bayo Oyekoya, Acting Head of Local Government Administration, Alhaji Tajudeen Olusesi, supervisory councillors, councillors, party leaders, traditional rulers, among others.
The executive secretary of the board, Mrs. Adetutu Alli, would be assisted by five education monitoring officers.
In the same vein, Mr Salako, has commended the state governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, for granting the approval for the appointment of the Ebi of Idena, Iyeeru, Oba Omosanya Abimbola Akinyemi Fesogboye III.
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