CAC No. 160967


The Alaye of Ayetoro, His Royal Majesty (HRM), Oba AbdulAzeez Akinola, has charged public office holders to make transparency and accountability their watchword, towards promoting socio-economic wellbeing of people without compromising standards.

Oba Akinola, who gave this charge during the first meeting of Council of Baales, Ayetoro Chapter, at Ogodo Town via Ayetoro, said every public office holder, irrespective of their position, must be selfless in serving the people and initiate lofty ideas that would improve the living condition the people and bring their communities to an enviable height, urging them not to take the people’s confidence for granted.

Speaking on behalf of Oba Adelakun, the Jagumolu of Ayetoro, Chief Muritala Adedeji, said that time has come for Yewaland to regain its enviable position, noting that this could not be achieved without sons and daughters of Ayetoro in elective offices implementing developmental ideas.

“I want to enjoin you to make all-round development your watchword. Public office is not for display of indifference to the plight of the people. It is expected that you will serve with all your heart and bring to bear the creativity that would fast-track the growth we have been looking for in terms of human and social amenities”, he said.

While commending the Federal and state governments for their unwavering commitment towards transforming the three Senatorial Districts in Ogun, the Alaye said Yewaland, particularly Ayetoro, had benefited from government’s Urban Renewal drive with the reconstruction of Oja Agbe Odo Rori road, Omidokun Ultramodern Town-Hall, 12 Classrooms storey building at Government Technical College, as well as many others in Ayetoro and other ‘Yellow Roof’ projects.

In their separate remarks, the host, Baale of Ogodo, Chief Mutairu Asamu and the Chairman, Council of Baales, Chief Samson Oguntade, appreciated the present administration for the welfare package and other emoluments to improve the well-being of Baales in the state.

Lateef Akintunde,