AdeleOba Kolawole Lawal MobOlorunduro-klm (Commissioner for Forestry) has been adjudged the winner of the just concluded online poll by Amebohotnews Magazine meant to appreciate, motivate and challenge those in public service in Ogun State. According to the result obtained KLM garnered 58.18% of the total votes while the duo of Otunba Bimbola Ashiru (Commissioner for … Continue reading Amebo 2017 Award of Distinction, KLM Tops.
Yemoji LCDA Vice Chairman, Hon (Princess) Oluwadamilare Bakare Awonuga has been acknowledged for her umpteenth-time approach to bringing smiles to the face of her constituents irrespective of affiliated party. Few months after swearing in, the ravishing vice chairman has paid tuition fees for less privileged and exceptional students at the Ilese Comprehensive High School, Ogun … Continue reading OGUN VICE CHAIRMAN ALLEVIATES THE AGONY OF CONSTITUENTS’ AT YEMOJI, ISOYIN
Ogun State government has put a stop to the annual payment of West African Examination Certificate over poor performance of students. Making case for the decision the Commissioner for Education while on an official assignment to a one day symposium at TASCE, Omu Ijebu said, it was discovered that students do not take the examination … Continue reading Ogun Stops Payment Of WAEC Fee, Makes Case For Decision.
Progressive Youth League, Ogun State Chapter formally known as APC Youth League is set to have a strategic meeting on the state of polity in the state. According to a release signed by the Coordinator of the group, Hon Adebowale Sunday made available to Amebohotnews magazine, the meeting invites Coordinators of the group across the … Continue reading PROGRESSIVE YOUTH LEAGUE SET TO HAVE STRATEGIC MEETING
Ogun State polity is sure to be so interesting especially since gladiators have moved to the field earlier than schedule than most of the other states in the federation. The political market is experiencing an unprecedented sales of each aspirants soliciting for support via consultation with stakeholders in the system leaving no stone unturned. In … Continue reading Editorial: Yayi’s Consultation Statement; a dicey implication