By Funmi Adekoya

The Osun State Governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke, has preached fear of Allah and the judicious use of available resources as a way of reshaping the past for the future in our society.

The Governor made the call at a symposium organised by the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria (MSSN B-ZONE), with the theme “Reshaping the Past for the Future”. in Osogbo.

Represented by the Special Adviser on Legal Matters, Mr. Hashim Abioye, Governor Adeleke noted that the programme was a platform for the citizenry especially those in leadership positions to reflect on the past, use it as a yardstick to assess the present so as to reshape the future for the betterment of our society at large.

He noted that apart from fostering religious harmony, the lesson learnt from the papers presented by the guest lecturers and the discussants would make leaders observe the teachings of Allah on judicious use of available resources.

“Prudent use of resources has been the guiding principle of our administration since we came on board, particularly in the area of delivering dividends of democracy to all, irrespective of political, social and religious affiliations.

“Looking at our past, we are a people who pride in peaceful co-existence, and our administration will continue to harp on this cherished tradition in our quest to provide effective governance and equitable distribution of resources to all so as to develop key areas of the State’s economy.” 

Earlier in his address, the Zonal Amir of the MSSN B-Zone, Mr. Qasim Odedeji, commended Governor Adeleke for the unprecedented support the body received from the government towards the successful hosting of the symposium, and prayed for the success of the administration of Governor Adeleke.

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