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  •  Oyo and Osun state governments have began process for reconstruction of the 83 6 kilometre Ibadan Osogbo road Oyo State Commissioner for Public Works Prof Daud Sangodoyin and his Osun counterpart Mr Oluremi Omowaye made this known on Monday at a news conference held in Ibadan Sangodoyin said that the process for the award 29 2 kilometers hellip
    Oyo, Osun govts. set to reconstruct 83.6km Ibadan-Osogbo road
     Oyo and Osun state governments have began process for reconstruction of the 83 6 kilometre Ibadan Osogbo road Oyo State Commissioner for Public Works Prof Daud Sangodoyin and his Osun counterpart Mr Oluremi Omowaye made this known on Monday at a news conference held in Ibadan Sangodoyin said that the process for the award 29 2 kilometers hellip
    Oyo, Osun govts. set to reconstruct 83.6km Ibadan-Osogbo road
    General news1 week ago

    Oyo, Osun govts. set to reconstruct 83.6km Ibadan-Osogbo road

    Oyo and Osun state governments have began process for reconstruction of the 83.6-kilometre Ibadan-Osogbo road.

     

    Oyo State Commissioner for Public Works, Prof. Daud Sangodoyin and his Osun counterpart, Mr Oluremi Omowaye, made this known on Monday at a news conference, held in Ibadan.

     

    Sangodoyin said that the process for the award 29.2 kilometers of the road from Iwo Road interchange to Oyo State boundary, near Lalupon village, was at a final stage.

     

    The commissioner, while speaking on the benefits of the collaboration between the two states in reconstructing the road, said that the projects, when completed, would enhance regional integration.

     

    He also said that the road would boost security of road users and communities on the axis.

     

    Sangodoyin further explained that both states, with comparative advantage in agriculture, needed to expand their economy by focusing on agriculture and food security.

     

    “Therefore, putting the road in good condition will ease movement of agricultural produce from farms to cities.

     

    “It will also make vehicular movements smooth, thereby reducing the time spent while traveling from Osogbo to Ibadan and vice visa,” he said.

     

    Corroborating his Oyo State counterpart, Omowale said that Osun government would handle the remaining 54.4- kilometer stretch of the road from DeleYesa in Osogbo to its boundary, near Lalupon.

     

    He said what was paramount to the governments of the two states was infrastructural development that would make their people to enjoy dividends of democracy.

     

    The commissioner said that although Osun government was being controlled by All Progressives Congress (APC) while Oyo is being governed by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the development of the people of the two states was beyond party affiliations.

     

    He assured that the projects would be flagged-off by the two governors, Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola and Mr Seyi Makinde in July.

    Omowale said that modalities for the award of the two contracts, including the cost, time frame and other matters,would be made public during the commencement of the projects.


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  •  Oyo and Osun state governments have began process for reconstruction of the 83 6 kilometre Ibadan Osogbo road Oyo State Commissioner for Public Works Prof Daud Sangodoyin and his Osun counterpart Mr Oluremi Omowaye made this known on Monday at a news conference held in Ibadan Sangodoyin said that the process for the award 29 2 kilometers hellip
    Oyo, Osun govts. set to reconstruct 83.6km Ibadan-Osogbo road
     Oyo and Osun state governments have began process for reconstruction of the 83 6 kilometre Ibadan Osogbo road Oyo State Commissioner for Public Works Prof Daud Sangodoyin and his Osun counterpart Mr Oluremi Omowaye made this known on Monday at a news conference held in Ibadan Sangodoyin said that the process for the award 29 2 kilometers hellip
    Oyo, Osun govts. set to reconstruct 83.6km Ibadan-Osogbo road
    General news1 week ago

    Oyo, Osun govts. set to reconstruct 83.6km Ibadan-Osogbo road

    Oyo and Osun state governments have began process for reconstruction of the 83.6-kilometre Ibadan-Osogbo road.

     

    Oyo State Commissioner for Public Works, Prof. Daud Sangodoyin and his Osun counterpart, Mr Oluremi Omowaye, made this known on Monday at a news conference, held in Ibadan.

     

    Sangodoyin said that the process for the award 29.2 kilometers of the road from Iwo Road interchange to Oyo State boundary, near Lalupon village, was at a final stage.

     

    The commissioner, while speaking on the benefits of the collaboration between the two states in reconstructing the road, said that the projects, when completed, would enhance regional integration.

     

    He also said that the road would boost security of road users and communities on the axis.

     

    Sangodoyin further explained that both states, with comparative advantage in agriculture, needed to expand their economy by focusing on agriculture and food security.

     

    “Therefore, putting the road in good condition will ease movement of agricultural produce from farms to cities.

     

    “It will also make vehicular movements smooth, thereby reducing the time spent while traveling from Osogbo to Ibadan and vice visa,” he said.

     

    Corroborating his Oyo State counterpart, Omowale said that Osun government would handle the remaining 54.4- kilometer stretch of the road from DeleYesa in Osogbo to its boundary, near Lalupon.

     

    He said what was paramount to the governments of the two states was infrastructural development that would make their people to enjoy dividends of democracy.

     

    The commissioner said that although Osun government was being controlled by All Progressives Congress (APC) while Oyo is being governed by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), the development of the people of the two states was beyond party affiliations.

     

    He assured that the projects would be flagged-off by the two governors, Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola and Mr Seyi Makinde in July.

    Omowale said that modalities for the award of the two contracts, including the cost, time frame and other matters,would be made public during the commencement of the projects.


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  •  The Oyo State Executive Council on Wednesday approved the award of contract for the remodelling and restructuring of the Oyo State High Courts and Magistrates Court Complexes in Ibadan at the cost of N6 01 billion The Commissioner for Public Works and Transport Prof Daud Sangodoyin made this known while briefing newsmen at the end of the hellip
    Oyo Govt approves N6bn to remodel, reconstruct High Courts, Magistrates’ Court complexes
     The Oyo State Executive Council on Wednesday approved the award of contract for the remodelling and restructuring of the Oyo State High Courts and Magistrates Court Complexes in Ibadan at the cost of N6 01 billion The Commissioner for Public Works and Transport Prof Daud Sangodoyin made this known while briefing newsmen at the end of the hellip
    Oyo Govt approves N6bn to remodel, reconstruct High Courts, Magistrates’ Court complexes
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    Oyo Govt approves N6bn to remodel, reconstruct High Courts, Magistrates’ Court complexes

    The Oyo State Executive Council on Wednesday approved the award of contract for the remodelling and restructuring of the Oyo State High Courts and Magistrates’ Court Complexes in Ibadan at the cost of N6.01 billion.

    The Commissioner for Public Works and Transport, Prof. Daud Sangodoyin, made this known while briefing newsmen at the end of the weekly State Executive Council meeting in Ibadan.

    Sangodoyin said, “The contract to be handled by the RTD Thompsons, will involve construction of an Amphitheatre and a Conference Theatre, also remodel all the court rooms at both courts and do some some external works in the two places.”

    He said the contract, which would be executed through the Alternative Project Funding Approach (APFA, would be in two phases to be completed within 18 months.

    The commissioner said that the council also approved N683 million for the reconstruction of the 2.27 kilometres Sijuade Road, Jericho.

    He, however, said that the reconstruction would be through direct intervention from the State Ministry of Public Works and Transport, with eight months completion period.

    Similarly, Mr Abiodun Oni, the Commissioner for Environment and Water Resources, said that the executive council also approved the new waste management initiative to solve the problem of waste management in the state.

    Oni said that the new waste management would be managed by Monttainai Recycling Africa and supervised by the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources.

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  •  Civil Servants acknowledged as the engine room of development will receive enhanced training to expand their skills the Oyo State Government assured on Thursday The Secretary to the State Government Mrs Olubamiwo Adeosun who gave the assurance in Ibadan at the opening of a two day training workshop for 350 Civil Public Servants said the administration places high hellip
    Oyo govt. prioritise training of its workforce for better service delivery – SSG
     Civil Servants acknowledged as the engine room of development will receive enhanced training to expand their skills the Oyo State Government assured on Thursday The Secretary to the State Government Mrs Olubamiwo Adeosun who gave the assurance in Ibadan at the opening of a two day training workshop for 350 Civil Public Servants said the administration places high hellip
    Oyo govt. prioritise training of its workforce for better service delivery – SSG
    General news2 years ago

    Oyo govt. prioritise training of its workforce for better service delivery – SSG

    Civil Servants, acknowledged as the engine room of development, will receive enhanced training to expand their skills the Oyo State Government assured on Thursday.

    The Secretary to the State Government, Mrs Olubamiwo Adeosun, who gave the assurance in Ibadan, at the opening of a two-day training workshop for 350 Civil/Public Servants, said the administration places high premium on training of its workforce.

    Adeosun, who represented Gov. Seyi Makinde at the event, said that civil service is the engine room of any administration.

    “There is need to train and retrain officers in the state public/civil service in order to bring their wealth of experience to bear in any given assignments.

    “This administration places high premium on training and as such, the governor has approved the year 2020 training work plan for the Ministry of Establishment and Training.

    “Similarly, the governor has directed that the state ministries partners with corporate bodies to sponsor the training of civil/public servants.”

    She charged the participants to master the game of the training, so as to operate effectively, adding that expectations on them were high.

    Adeosun further expressed optimism that the experience that would be garnered at the worship would go a long way to bring about the desired change in practice, for optimum performance.

    In his welcome address, the Commissioner for Establishment and Training, Prof. Daud Sangodoyin, enjoined the participants to be committed to work and sustain ethics of the state civil/public service.

    Sangodoyin also implored them to make the best use of knowledge gained during the training programme, so as to become agents of positive change.

    “We should always serve to be the best while discharging our duties to ensure that the catalytic movement of the present administration is sustained to endure continuous prompt and quality delivery of public goods.”

    Two of the participants; Makinde Babatunde, from the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources and Kehinde Adeosu, from the Ministry of Justice, thanked the state government for organising the training workshop.

    The duo said the training would equip them and enhance their productivity at their respective duty posts.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the participants of the training, held at the Ibadan Business School, Bodija, comprised junior and senior civil/public servants.


    Edited By: Celine-Damilola Oyewole/Lydia Beshel
    Source: NAN

  •  MaternityIbadan Nov 3 2020 Oyo State Government has approved an upward review of maternity leave for pregnant women and nursing mothers in its service from four months to six months The Commissioner for Establishment and Training Prof Daud Sangodoyin made this known on Tuesday in Ibadan while briefing newmen on the outcome of the weekly State hellip
    Maternity leave now 6 months in Oyo — Commissioner
     MaternityIbadan Nov 3 2020 Oyo State Government has approved an upward review of maternity leave for pregnant women and nursing mothers in its service from four months to six months The Commissioner for Establishment and Training Prof Daud Sangodoyin made this known on Tuesday in Ibadan while briefing newmen on the outcome of the weekly State hellip
    Maternity leave now 6 months in Oyo — Commissioner
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    Maternity leave now 6 months in Oyo — Commissioner

    Maternity

    Ibadan, Nov. 3, 2020 Oyo State Government has approved an upward review of maternity leave for pregnant women and nursing mothers in its service from four months to six months.

    The Commissioner for Establishment and Training, Prof. Daud Sangodoyin, made this known on Tuesday in Ibadan while briefing newmen on the outcome of the weekly State Executive Council meeting.

    The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the 30th council meeting was presided over by Gov. Mr Seyi Makinde.

    According to Sangodoyin, the upward review by the council was to meet the World Health Organisation’s recommendation on Exclusive Breast Feeding.

    He, however, said that workers would be entitled to the leave four times while in the service of the state government.

    He said that the 2 p.m. official closing time for nursing mothers at work would no longer be effective upon resumption from the six months maternity leave.

    The Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Dr Wasiu Olatunbosun, disclosed that the council approved the completion of 7.25 kilometres Idi Ape – Bashorun – Akobo through Odogbo Barracks Road in Ibadan.

    Olatunbosun said the road, which was contracted at an estimated cost of N3.2 billion, would be executed through the Alternative Project Funding Approach and was expected to be completed within eight months.

    “The Council also approved payment of N231million as compensation for those whose properties would give way for the road project.


    Edited By: Chidi Opara/Wale Ojetimi
    Source: NAN