Ogundoyin Promises a More Outstanding OYHA in 2020
As Nigerians join the rest of the world to celebrate the beginning of another new year, Speaker Oyo State House of Assembly, Rt. Honourable Adebo Ogundoyin has assured the people of the state of a legislative arm that will give priority to bills, motions and resolutions that will further enhance good governance and prompt delivery of dividends of democracy in the state.
Honourable Ogundoyin reiterated this in his New Year message.
The speaker said the activities of members of the 9th Oyo State House of Assembly in the year just ended have left no one in doubt of their resolve to work with the executive arm of government and other stakeholders in the task of enhancing the standard of living of the people as well as ensuring the socio-economic development of Oyo state.
“I am happy that we have been able to pass some notable bills including the Oyo State Anti-Open Grazing and Rearing Bill, Oyo State Anti-Corruption Agency Bill among others. We will surely expedite action on other ones before us for accelerated passing for the overall benefit of our people.”
According to him, the passage of the 2020 budget by the house and its eventual signing into law by Governor Seyi Makinde in the outgone year will make every arm of government in the state to hit the ground running in the new year so as to improve on the performances of 2019 and further give the residents the desired development they have been denied in the past years.
While congratulating the people of Oyo state on the occasion of a brand new year, Mr. Ogundoyin solicited their support for the Peoples Democratic Party- led government in Oyo state adding that the governor has promised to make the state a model for democratic ideals and good governance in the country and has not failed in this regard.
The OYHA speaker then prayed for a prosperous new year for Nigerians and urged the people to continue to remember the nation in their prayers especially on some of the challenges facing the nation like, insecurity, bad economy, unemployment, ethnic crises and bad governance.