Ogun Head of Service Charges Awori Indigenes On Unity - THE ENCOUNTER NEWS


Monday, January 27, 2020

Ogun Head of Service Charges Awori Indigenes On Unity

The Head of Service, Mrs. Chokor with Ogun Deputy-Governor and other Awori people
Michael-Azeez Ogunsiji
ABEOKUTA - Ogun State Head of Service, Mrs. Amope Chokor has charged sons and daughters of Aworiland to promote its unity and embark on developmental projects in the town to support present administration in moving the State forward.

Mrs. Chokor stated this after she received an Award of Recognition as the first indigene of the town to attain the position of Head of Service in the State, from Iganmode Club House in Otta.

She also urged the elders in Aworiland to continue to work on the young ones who were the leaders of tomorrow and build Otta town to be an enviable place in Nigeria.

"I want Awori sons and daughters to be United and work for the progress of our town. We should not forget to work on our young ones who are the future leaders and Iganmode club members should ensure that the developmental projects they embarked on in Otta continues, to support our amiable Governor" she said.

The Head of Service thanked the Club for the award to appreciate her efforts in Ogun Civil Service over the years, saying that it would spur her to do more and promised to be a faithful ambassador of Aworiland.

Among eminent personalities that received various awards at the event was the Deputy Governor, Engr.( Mrs.) Noimot Salako-Oyedele.

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