• Be patient with President Buhari – Governor Aregbesola appeals to Nigerians

    Be patient with President Buhari – Governor Aregbesola appeals to Nigerians

    Governor Rauf Aregbesola of Osun, has implored Nigerians to be patient with the Muhammadu Buhari administration in its bid to strengthen the nation’s economy.

    Aregbesola made this appeal while receiving an award of honour from the leadership of the Nigerian Association of Technologists in Engineering (NATE) in Osogbo on Wednesday.

    The governor, who described change as a gradual process, said what Nigerians needed at present was to support the government in finding a lasting solution to the problems confronting the nation.

    According to […]

  • Governor Aregbesola appoints Yussuf Alli as Osun varsity pro-chancellor

    Governor Aregbesola appoints Yussuf Alli as Osun varsity pro-chancellor

    The Governor of Osun State, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, on Monday announced and inaugurated members of the Board of Governing Council of the state-owned University of Osun.

    Aregbesola, while inaugurating the Council at the Executive Chambers of the Governors Office in Osogbo, announced Mallam Yussuf Olaolu Alli (SAN) as the new Pro-Chancellor of the university.

    The newly inaugurated Governing Council also has as members Prof. Solomon Akinboye, Dr. Abeke Omotosho, Prof. Kasali Adegoke, Sir Benjamin Aladekomo, Engr. Tunde Ponle and Prof. Charles Abiodun […]

  • Governor Aregbesola presents N1.2bn bond certificates to retirees

    Governor Aregbesola presents N1.2bn bond certificates to retirees

    Governor Rauf Aregbesola of Osun on Friday presented N1.2 billion bond certificates to 194 retirees in the state.

    The bonds were presented to retirees under the Contributory Pension Scheme in local governments and public primary schools in the state.

    Speaking at the presentation in Osogbo, the governor said his administration would continue to make the welfare of pensioners a priority.

    “In 2010, we committed N400 million to pension and in 2011, we increased our monthly pension obligation to N250million and we paid N3 […]