Alowonle, 26 Others Emerge AMORAN Executives In Ogun - THE ENCOUNTER NEWS


Monday, February 17, 2020

Alowonle, 26 Others Emerge AMORAN Executives In Ogun

Michael-Azeez Ogunsiji
ABEOKUTA - Otunba Nurudeen Aina otherwise known as Alowonle was at the weekend inaugurated as Chairman, Articulated Motorcycle Owners and Riders Association of Nigeria (AMORAN) in Ogun State alongside 26 executive members. 

This is coming barely nine months after the Prince Dapo Abiodun - led APC government had dissolved the leadership of all transport unions in the State, setting up a caretaker committee to monitor its activities which was headed by Barr. Sunday Adeniyi. 

While handing over, the outgoing Chairman of the Association, Mr. Wale Ajiboye charged the new executives to be firm and resolute in its discharge of duties. 

Ajiboye implored them to repose the confidence which the members and leaders of the association reposed in them by ensuring that AMORAN records a landmark achievement and progress under its watch. 

In his address, the Special Assistant to Ogun State Governor on political matters, Hon. Biyi Adeleye enjoined the newly inaugurated executives to live up to expectation. 

He said the decision of the State Government to dissolve the leadership of all transport unions in the State is not far fetched from insecurity.  

He maintained that the executives must work cordially and provide the security agencies with necessary information which could help in securing the State. 

Hon. Adeleye stated further that the evil perpetrated with motorcycles can not be overemphasized, hence, the government is ready to work hand in hand with all transport union leaders in the State to tackle the menace. 

He urged them to make good use of their office during stay and prayed that God Almighty guides their path to success.  

In his acceptance speech, the new chairman, Otunba Nurudeen Aina Alowonle pledged utmost loyalty to the association and assured that transparency would be the watchword of his government. 

He thanked the Executive Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun whom he described as a blessing to Ogun State and rare type of Governor. 

"I am glad with the mandate given me today to serve as the Chairman of this noble association. I will never betray the confidence and trust reposed in me by members, leaders and stakeholders of this Association. 

"I will work alongside my executives and other channels of the association's leadership to ensure that our names are written in Gold after the completion of our tenure just like our predecessors. My sincere appreciation goes to the Executive Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun allowing union activities in full flow. We are ready to partner the State government on initiating plans and programmes that will be of huge benefit to our riders across the State. May God help us", Alowonle said. 

 Other executive members are; Mr. Lawal Kazeem - Deputy Chairman, Kilani Kamal Oluwatoyin - State Secretary, Hon. Olalekan Akinola - Senatorial Chairman (Ogun East), Mr. Babatunde Lawal - Senatorial Chairman (Ogun West), Mr. Abeeb Okedara - Senatorial Chairman, Ogun Central, Jamiu Jinadu - State Treasurer, and Otunba Taofeek Sokoya - Publicity Secretary.

Others include; Opeoluwa Simeon - Financial Secretary, Oduyemi Tolulope Olubiyi - Asst. Secretary, Hon. Idowu Ogunnubi - Provost Marshal, Nurudeen Jimoh - Provost Marshal II, Raliat Buraimah - Provost Marshal III, Elegbede Rafiu - Asst. Treasurer, Monsuru Balogun - Organising Secretary, Mohammed Bankole - Asst. Organising Secretary, Akibu Bakare - Ex-Officio I, Olayinka Adebanjo - Ex-Officio II, Dayo Eleku - Ex-Officio III, Odede Samson - Task Force I, Tunde Adebajo - Task Force II, Musibau Akinwunmi - Task Force III, Olayemi Kolawole - Member, Reuben Olanase - Member, Rasheed Olajiga - Member, Adedotun Sobunkonla - Member, and Arowolo Abimbola - Member.

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