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Gov Oyetola Reduces Osun’s Ministries To 20 …See The List

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Osun State Governor, Adegboyega Oyetola, on Friday reviewed downward the number of ministries in the state from 23 to 20.

Naijaparry learnt that the governor also told cabinet member designates that performance charter, the document that would be used to measure their relevance to governance in the state, would be given to each of them.

He also noted that there would be no ranking in the cabinet, adding that the idea of Commissioner and Special Adviser was merely for administrative convenience.

A communiqué issued at the end of a four-day Executive Council Retreat for Commissioner and Special Adviser designates, which held at MicCom Golf Resort, Ada, Osun State, said Governor Oyetola also charged the appointees to ensure full implementation of all ideas generated at the retreat for the benefit of the state.

According to the communiqué, the restructured 20 ministries are: Finance; Economic Planning and Budget; Agriculture and Food Security; Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs; Education; Health; Justice; Works and Transports; Information and Civic Orientation; Environment and Sanitation; Women and Children Affairs, and Water Resources.

A communiqué issued at the end of a four-day Executive Council Retreat for Commissioner and Special Adviser designates, which held at MicCom Golf Resort, Ada, Osun State, said Governor Oyetola also charged the appointees to ensure full implementation of all ideas generated at the retreat for the benefit of the state.

According to the communiqué, the restructured 20 ministries are: Finance; Economic Planning and Budget; Agriculture and Food Security; Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs; Education; Health; Justice; Works and Transports; Information and Civic Orientation; Environment and Sanitation; Women and Children Affairs, and Water Resources.

Others are: Land, Physical Planning and urban Development; Special Duties and Regional Integration; Innovation, Science and Technolog; Home Affairs, Culture and Tourism; Youths and Sports; Rural Development and Community Affairs and Commerce, Industry and Cooperatives.

Addressing the participants at the end of the retreat, Oyetola assured the nominees of necessary support within the limits of the available resources to enable them perform.

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