Minister lauds Aregbesola for championing indigene’s cause

The Minister of Health, Professor Isaac Adewole, has eulogized the Governor of Osun State, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, for prioritizing the welfare of the citizenry above other considerations.

Nigeria's Minister of Health Isaac Folorunso Adewole attends an emergency National Council on Health meeting on the control of Lassa Fever in Abuja, Nigeria January 19, 2016. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde - RTX231AG

Addressing journalists during his inspection tour to some of the ongoing projects in the state, Adewole said that the state government has successfully distinguished itself in clear terms through its pro-masses policies and programmes.

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Adewole who was conducted round the project sites by the governor, visited the newly constructed schools within and outside the state capital and applauded Governor Aregbesola’s administration for building greater future for immediate and incoming generations.

Adewole attributed education to economic-driven mechanism, saying the only visible way to banish poverty is to build minds and impart knowledge in the society.

He lauded the state government for championing the cause of the masses regardless of socio-economic, political and religious backgrounds, saying some of the achievements recorded by the present government in all sectors of the economy are manifestation of good governance.


1 Comment

  1. This is simply a case of confusion and deciet.
    A Minister of Health scoring a governor high on education projects?
    And no remarks on health,
    A state where health workers go on strikes intermitently and have not been paid salaries in the last 3 -4 months, and hitherto the last 3 -4 months were paid half salary for close to a year
    How do you score a Governor pass mark in education In a state where the education system and setting is confused,
    A state where you re-locate students from three schools into one school and sell off the startegically located vacated school compounds to beneficiaries.
    A state where school children dress as choristers, alfas, imams and relegionists
    A state where the teachers are also not paid
    Honestly this high mark is a political score!

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