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Group Rallies Iseyin Residents To Adorn Aso-Ofi To LAUTECH College Commissioning …..Congratulates Makinde on Established College, Reconstruction of Iseyin-Oyo Road

The group, in a media statement made available to newsmen on Monday, also urged the people of the community to adorn the popular Aso-Ofi attire in other to add more color to the commissioning event and show gratitude to the incumbent government, led by Engr. Seyi Makinde.

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Special Report: Subsidy Removal Crisis: We Feel The Pain of High Price, Poor Electricity Supply More – Iseyin Fuel Marketers Cost of Our Vehicles Maintenance, Fuel Made Us Charge Passengers Double Fare – Public Transporters Our Businesses Are Suffering As We Can Hardly Travel – Commuters -Report by Oluwaseyi Adebayo and Aminat Ajao

The new government seems not to feel the pains of the people, nor hear thier cries as the removal of fuel subsidy has really affected a lot of people and has made a lot of businesses collapse, which is a bad indicator for the newly elected government.

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‘Politicians Have Made The Land Inhabitable For Youths’ – Prof Remi Sonaiya …..Challenges Tinubu, Akpabio on Need To Cut Cost of Governance ……As Surveyors Rue Exit of Professionals To Advanced Nations

She also lamented the condition of Nigerian youths who daily emigrated out of the country as a result of bad governance and what she called ineptitude of politicians, which has led to increased poverty in the land.

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Iseyin Group Urges Makinde, Stakeholders To Wade Into Aseyin Selection Process ……Says Vacant Stool Responsible For Insecurity, Economic Stagnancy

The group in a Press Release on Friday, signed by its National President, Babajide Oniyo, said the absence of an Aseyin, after the demise of the last Aseyin of Iseyin, Oba Dr. Abdulganiy Salawudeen Adekunle Oloogunebi, Ajinese 1 on the 24th July, 2022, issues of security of lives and properties of residents have become difficult for stakeholders to settle.