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Monday, 8 August 2022

OSUN ASSEMBLY PASSES UNIVERSITY OF ILESA ESTABLISHMENT BILL 2022 INTO LAW....More details

 


The State of Osun House of Assembly has today passed into law the University of Ilesa Establishment bill 2022. 


The bill passed at the Plenary of the House of Assembly Osogbo.

It would be recalled that the Speaker of the Parliament Rt. Hon. Timothy Owoeye has directed the legal department of the State House of Assembly to work on grey areas of the mentioned bill.


The bill was passed after the Parliamentarian satisfied with all corrections of the grey areas of the bill.


The Speaker of the Parliament, Rt. Hon. Timothy Owoeye in his remarks said  that the Governor of the state Mr. Gboyega Oyetola may appoint Vice- Chancellor for the institution.


According to him, "Any time from now Mr. Governor can appoint Vice- Chancellor for the University of Ilesa".


In another development, the State House of Assembly received two letters from governor of the state, Mr. Gboyega Oyetola requesting for confirmation of Hon. Ismail Kolawole and Hon. Akinola Olasunkami as member of State of Osun House of Assembly Service Commission while Hon. Rotimi Makinde as member State of Osun Judiciary Service Commission respectively.


The Speaker of the Parliament, Rt. Hon. Timothy Owoeye has directed the governor's nominees to submit 35 copies of their Curriculum vitae between today and Wednesday (8th--10th 2022) while Ad-hoc Committee has been set up to take care of the matter and give the House reports by Monday.


Meanwhile, the state lawmakers commenced 5th Alterations on 1999 Constitution of Federal Republic of Nigeria as amended.

Earlier, the Speaker of the state Assembly Rt. Hon. Timothy Owoeye has sympathized with House Minority leader Hon. Babajide Kofoworola whose father's home was razed by suspected hoodlums.


He frowned at the ugly incident at this period while noting that it is not good for democracy.


He said, "This is not time for political thuggery, it is time to enjoying political dividend".


He advised the parents to keep watch on their wards across the state.

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