Appointments: Osun APC Woman Leader Commends Aregbesola For Prioritising Women
The All Progressives Congress (APC) Woman Leader in the State of Osun, Alhaja
Kudirat Fakokunde has passed a vote of confidence on the Governor of the state, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola and his wife, Sherifat for giving women special consideration for the appointment of local government caretaker committees, and cabinet position.
Fakokunde also lauded the APC under the leadership of Prince Adegboyega Famodu for not allowing compromise in the nomination of women for the appointments.
She gave the commendation in her congratulatory and thankful message issued from the office of the Directorate of Publicity, Research and Strategy of the APC in the state.
The woman leader expressed satisfaction over the priority given to women by the state government in its recent nominations, describing it as unprecedented, unusual and new in the political history of the state.
She said the announcement of many women by the state House of Assembly as part of those that made the list of Local Government Caretaker Committees appointment, commissionership as well as Special Adviser slots has reflected the rear passion of the present administration for women’s welfare, growth and development.
According to her, the appointments of women in their numbers into various political offices were good gestures strictly in consonance with the governor’s unprecedented system of governance.
“To us, this is in line with the Governor’s transformation agenda in changing our state for the better with emerging unprecedented developmental projects being experienced by the people of the state in every nook and cranny in the last 76 months”, she added.
While congratulating the nominees especially Women among them, Fakokunde enjoined them to be law abiding and desist from any obnoxious act that could tarnish the image of women they represent.
“All women nominees, when confirmed by the House of Assembly should see their appointment as a clarion call to serve humanity and prove themselves as good mothers and responsible home managers in the formulation of good ideas and policies that will make our state and all local government areas develop beyond expectations.
She, therefore, charged the nominees to use their noble ideas as worthy women to complement the change mantra of the present administration, just as she implored them not to relent in giving their unalloyed support and loyalty to Aregbesola’s government for the state to witness more developmental.