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Oyetola charges Federal Character Commission on equity, fairness


Gboyega Oyetola

Osun State governor, Gboyega Oyetola, has asked the leadership of the Federal Character Commission (FCC) to ensure equity and fairness in the discharge of their duties to create a sense of belonging to all stakeholders.

He also tasked the commission on equitable distribution of the nation’s resources ranging from commonwealth, infrastructure and appointments.

Oyetola, who gave the charge while receiving the delegation of the commission led by its new commissioner from Osun State, Mr. Adeoye Rasak, at the government secretariat, Abere, Osogbo, said it is incumbent on the leadership of the commission to instil culture of equity, fairness and evenness among governments’ agencies and reflect same in its dispositions.


The governor, who congratulated the new commissioner of the commission from the state, urged him to ensure that Osun State gets a fair share of whatever belongs to the state.

He implored him to correct the palpable high-handedness in the allocation and sharing of positions .

In his remark, Rasak lauded the state government for creating an enabling environment for all the agencies of government operating in the state to thrive.


He commended the governor for the sustenance of harmonious relationship between the state and the commission.

He, therefore, solicited improved working relationship between the Commission and the Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) in the state, saying: “I am happy for the relationship between the local councils, state governments and the Federal Character Commission.

“I appeal that we need the support of the state government to ensure that MDAs undertake prompt rendition of nominal roles.”

“Therefore, citizens of Osun State should explore the various opportunities to apply for jobs so as not to leave the state marginalised in the scheme of things.”


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