Ekiti Governor’s Aide Holds Progressive Meeting with Non-Indigenes


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The Senior Special Assistant to the Ekiti State Governor on Community Communications, Mrs Mary Oso-Omotoso has held a progressive meeting with leadership of the non- indigene groups in Ekiti State in her office, today.

Mrs Mary Omotoso described the non indigenes in the state as critical stakeholders in the community engagement plan and community communications activities of the government.


The Governor’s aide charged the non indigenes to maintain robust relationship with governor Oyebanji’s administration adding that their commitment to community development would unify them with the indigenes of the state.

The Community Communications boss who submitted that Governor Biodun Oyebanji has been up and doing, would not stop delivering on his promises made during the electioneering campaign which produces him as the incumbent Governor of the state.


In their earlier remarks, Mr Odokwunu Oyihoma of IDOMA tribe, Nnamdi Iwochukwu of IGBO, Mathias Kor Nyam of TIV, and Pastor Isaac Clement, URHOBO appreciated the SSA for granting them a warm audience in the course of the meeting, stated that they see themselves as part of Governor Oyebanji’s administration.

The contingents in one voice pledged their unalloyed support for Governor Biodun Oyebanji towards achieving a milestone success in the course of his term as Ekiti State Governor.

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