CAC No. 160967


Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun has described the late pioneer Director-General of Bureau of Public Procurement, Dr. Adesina Olanloye, as an outstanding Civil Servant, who lived a life worthy of emulation.

Governor Abiodun, stated this during the 8th-day Fidau, organised for the deceased at his residence in Obantoko, Abeokuta, describing him as a good administrator, who had cordial relationship with people around him.

Represented by the Head of Service (HoS), Mr. Kehinde Onasanya, the governor said, “It is very painful to lose a dedicated and brilliant man like Dr. Adesina Olanloye at this crucial period, when the state needs him most. His sudden exit had created a vaccuum, which no one can occupy, but his legacy would not be forgotten”.

On his part, the Mufaseer of lgbogilaland, Alhaji Surajudeen Yaya, who noted that death was inevitable, admonished people to live an exemplary life, urging family members, colleagues and other well-wishers to take heart.

While enjoining people to always do good and remember that death is the end of every creature, the Chief lmam of lgbogilaland, Abdul Afeez Afonka, pointed out that the late Olanloye’s contribution to the development of his community would remain indelible, appreciating government for supporting the deceased’s family

Speaking on behalf of Ogun West Local Government Officers Forum and Elders Council, Mr. Adeosun Oluwole, Head of Local Government Administration, Abeokuta South Local Government, described the late Director-General as a great and visionary leader, who would be sorely missed.

Speaking on behalf of the family, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Transportation, Mr. Abduwaheed Olanloye, thanked government, Head of Service and Body of Permanent Secretaries for their support.

Remilekun Adesina,

Press Officer, BPP