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OYACA Sensitizes Corps Members on Impacts of Corruption on Economy, Society

The Chairman of OYACA, Hon. Justice Eni Esan (rtd.) who was represented at the event by the agency’s Executive Secretary, Barrister I. O Tijani told the youth corps members that parts of the reasons for the sensitization was for them to imbibe the anti-corruption spirit from the camp so as to guide against corruption and corrupt practices predominant in the working society they will soon join.

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Ebedi Frontliners Visits Aseyin, Presents ‘Iseyin’s Roadmap For Socioeconomic Progress’ …..As Monarch Promises To Resuscitate Ebedi Day Annual Cultural Festival ……To Register Indigent Residents on State Health Insurance Scheme

The document presented to the King on Saturday contained areas that Oba Olawale could navigate to support the federal, State and local government authorities in bringing rapid growth to Iseyin and its environs in social infrastructure, human capital development among other sectoral areas.

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Apologize To Our Obas or Never Step on Oke-Ogun Again – Group ……Says Obasanjo Added No Value To Region in His Eight Years As President

Chief Obasanjo was reported to have tongue-lashed the traditional rulers from Oke-Ogun, Ibadan, Oyo and Ibarapa who graced the occasion, over what he termed disrespect to ‘constituted authority’, because they failed to stand up when the governor and himself climbed the rostrum for their addresses.

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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.