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LASCOFED re-elects boss

By Toyin Olasinde
26 July 2016   |   1:50 am
The re-elected President and Chairman of Council of the Lagos State Cooperative Federation (LASCOFED),Oriyomi Ayeola, has pledged to boost the productivity of Lagos corperative to the most outstanding position in Africa.
President and Chairman of Council of the Lagos State Cooperative Federation (LASCOFED),Oriyomi Ayeola

President and Chairman of Council of the Lagos State Cooperative Federation (LASCOFED),Oriyomi Ayeola

The re-elected President and Chairman of Council of the Lagos State Cooperative Federation (LASCOFED),Oriyomi Ayeola, has pledged to boost the productivity of Lagos corperative to the most outstanding position in Africa.

Speaking at the inauguration held recently, Ayeola said: “The new administration would project LASCOFED as the most outstanding cooperatives movement not only in Nigeria but Africa at large. We want to boost Lagos cooperative to a regional level within the next four years.”

Unveiling his agenda for the new term, he said his administration would ensure transparency in order to keep the body accountable to his members, sincerity, determination, transparency, integrity and honesty which is par of the key that drives effectiveness in leadership positiom.

He assured the body that his administration would continue to embark on policies that would enable the apex body to contribute meaningfully to the economy growth and development of the state and move LASCOFED forward.

He urged members to partner with the new leaders for meaningful impact.

Ayeola was re-elected and inaugurated during the 2016 LASCOFED Congress.

Oriyomi was unanimously reinstated on account of the fulfillment of the campaign promises prior to his first term, according to observers and delegates.

The election that was conducted by the Lagos State Directorate of Cooperative Services under the leadership of Olufunmilayo Ibrahim, who was represented by Mrs Gbemisola Akinbayo and Mrs Ibrahim, declared the election “credible, fair and free.”