Oyetola appoints Rent Tribunals chairmen, members
Governor, The State of Osun, Mr. Adegboyega Oyetola, has approved the appointment of chairmen and members of Rent Tribunals for the nine Federal Constituencies in the state.
The appointment is in accordance with the Residential Accommodation (Rent Control) Law Cap. 144 Laws of Osun, 2002, Section 5(1)(a) and (b) t
This is contained in a statement on Monday, signed by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Ismail Omipidan.
The constitution of the Rent Tribunals, the governor noted, was aimed at enhancing communal peace and dispensation of justice in landlord/tenant related disputes, adding that through the Rent Tribunals, peaceful and amicable resolution of rent related issues would be guaranteed in all the federal constituencies.
The nine federal constituencies and their Chairmen are: Osogbo- Barrister N.O Sanusi, Ijesa South- Barrister Ayo Afilaka, Ede- Barrister Kunle Abbas, Ifelodun- Barrister Kayode Adebisi, and Ila- Barrister Segun Durotolu.
Others are: Ife – Barrister Taiwo Adedoyin, Iwo- Barrister Adeosun Pade Aderibigbe, Irewole- Barrister Adebola Ogungbade and Ijesa North- Barrister Adebiyi Olaoluwa Adeniran.
The appointment takes immediate effect.
See full list below:
1. OSOGBO FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY
(1) Barr. N.O. Sanusi (Chairman)
(2) Oludele Mathew Oluwasegun
(3) Mr. Rasaki Olayinka Bamidele
(4) Mr. Fatai Jimoh Sunmonu.
2. IJESA SOUTH FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY
(1) Barr. Ayo Afilaka (Chairman)
(2) Barr. Jide Adubi.
(3) Hon. Ajeleti Adegboyega
(4) Hon. Fowowe Akinola
3. EDE FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY
(1) Barr. Kunle Abass. (Chairman)
(2) Mr. Awoyemi Alimi
(3) Adebisi Abideen Adedayo
(4) Mr. Nureni Olukuewu
4. IFELODUN FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY
(1) Barr. Kayode Adebisi. (Chairman)
(2) Mr. Adeola Adewumi
(3) Mr. Sonalaje Yunus
(4) Mr. Ibrahim Adesoye
5. ILA FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY
(1) Barr. Segun Durotolu. (Chairman)
(2) Mrs. Veronica Oladipo
(3) Mrs. Oni Omoladun Yetunde
(4) Rasheed Onilude Koladapo
6. IFE FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY
(1) Barr. Taiwo Adedoyin. (Chairman)
(2) Mr. Bakare Lateef Ayobami.
(3) Mr. Kazeem Sunday Asafa
(4) Mr. Wale Popoola.
7. IWO FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY
(1) Barr. Adeosun Pade Aderibigbe. (Chairman)
(2) Alh. Abubakar Abdul-Fatai
(3) Barr. Yemi Ibrahim Abolusodun
(4) Mr. Yinka Olaoye
8. IREWOLE FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY
(1) Barr. Adebola Ogungbade (Chairman)
(2) Mr. Wasiu Muhammad
(3) Mr. Isiaka Alani Ayandiran
(4) Mr. Alaba Fakunle
9. IJESA NORTH FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY
(1) Barr. Adebiyi Olaoluwa Adeniran (Chairman)
(2) Mr. Oluseyi Philips Olaoluwa
(3) Chief Mrs. Adenike Dunsin
(4) Mr. Joseph Oluwole Ojo
Chief Press Secretary to Governor Adegboyega Oyetola
SIFMIS Platform Will Boost Our Financial Management System – Osun Finance Commissioner…… as handling firm begins presentation
Commissioner for Finance, Mr Bola Oyebamiji has described the customized State Information Financial Management Integrated System(SIFMIS) as a component capable of making the state more financially accountable and give her a clear direction as to how to plans for development.
This was just as the commissioner charged all line MDAs as well as other stakeholders involved in the building of the SIFMIS platform to make themselves available and render all necessary assistance to the firm in charge of the project.
Mr Oyebamiji stated this during the maiden presentation of the handling firm for the project held at the conference room of the Ministry of Finance.
The Commissioner who explained that the system when fully integrated is capable of taking the state out of the present financial doldrums urged all bureaucrats to be serious minded about the whole process for its aims to be achieved.
According to Oyebamiji, “this is another innovation in public financial management that the state is driving which shows that the Oyetola administration is serious about fiscal transperency and accountability. We must all be part of it and make it work.
” this is very important to the state, with the amount we are plunging into this project we honestly can not afford to fail, that is why I am calling on all Ministries, Departments and Agencies as well as other stakeholders to give it the attention it deserves.
“this maiden meeting is actually to facilitate an interface between the firm handling the project and stakeholders in the state and for both to have a relationship and fully understand the scope of the implementation process”. The CIBN member stated.
Speaking earlier during a presentation, the team leader for the handling firm, Mr Dayo Idowu while
assuring the State that the best technical experts will be deployed for the assignment promised that the assignment will be delivered within a record time of six months from the day of Signing the Contract.
Also present at the presentation were: Commissioner for Economic Planning and Budget, Prof. Olalekan Yinusa, Commissioner for Innovation, Science and Technology, Mr Olawale Olumide, and that of Youth and Sports, Mr Lawal Olayemi among other stakeholders which include the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Mrs Adebimpe Ogunlumade.
It will be recalled that state government of Osun about a month ago got support from the World Bank and European Union to put in place a platform which will among other benefits assist in the preparation of the state’s annual budget through an automated process for efficiency while also automating the warrant process.
Osun Govt. Disburses #30m To Families Of Deceased Civil Servants
Government of the state of Osun has disbursed #30m as death in service claims to another batch of the next-of-Kin of civil servants who died while in active service of the state government.
The disbursement which was made to about ten claimants is one out of the series of batches to be done by the state government in fulfillment of the terms of agreement of the contributory pension scheme.
The State Government has since the Commencement of the contributory pension scheme in the state, been paying annual premium on every civil servant as life assurance in an effort to fulfill the pension scheme agreement.
Speaking while distributing the cheques to the beneficiaries in her office on Friday, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Mrs Adebimpe Ogunlumade on behalf of the state, commiserated with them on the loss of their loved ones, praying that God will grant them the fortitude to bear the loss.
She urged the beneficiaries to ensure that the money they have received is spent judiciously especially on the education of the children the departed souls have left behind.
She said, “We thank God that the government of Osun has been fulfilling her part of the agreement of the contributory pension scheme through the payment of an annual premium as life assurance scheme on every civil servant, that is why this is made possible today.
“On behalf of the state Governor, Mr Adegboyega Oyetola, I commiserate with you on your loss. It’s actually a loss for the entire state and I pray that God should be with the children and other family members they have left behind.
“I plead with you to use the money you have just been given judiciously, you should use it for the education of the children and dependants they have left behind”. Ogunlumade stated.
The beneficiaries who wouldn’t want their names published were full of gratitude to the state government of Osun, saying the funds will go a long way in alleviating their financial challenges.
It will be recalled that the state government about a month ago made similar disbursement of over #20m to seven claimants of deceased civil servants in the state.