By Mojisola Oladele

Osun State governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke has written a letter to the Osun State House of Assembly, OSHA, presenting the new logo of the state government.

According to the letter, the logo, “State of the Living Spring” is the cornerstone of the state’s identity, as it is used to communicate the identity of the state to the outside world. 

Governor Adeleke in the letter urged the House to fast-track the legislative process on the new logo to make it the official brand of the Osun State Government.

The Speaker, Osun State House of Assembly, OSHA, Prince Adewale Egbedun read the letter at the plenary held on the floor of the Assembly Complex, Osogbo.

On the order of the day, majority leader, Mr. Adewunmi Babajide presented the policy thrust on “Osun State Senior Secondary Education Board Establishment Bill 2023”, explaining that the bill when passed into law would enhance the efficiency of secondary education in the state.

Contributing, members including; Alhaji Sikiru Bajepade, Engineer Abiola Awoyeye, Mr Lawrence Adeoti, Mr Saheed Fatunmise and Barrister Tajudeen Adeyemi said the bill when passed into law would further coordinate polices, restore sanity and regulate the activities of senior secondary schools.

The bill, however, scaled through its second reading after the legislators had discussed extensively on its policy thrust.

In the course of the plenary, the House dissolved into the Committee of the Whole to make necessary corrections to the Osun State Primary Health Care Development Bill Number 1, 2023.

After the deliberations at the Committee of the Whole, the bill year was changed to 2024 and clauses 1, 4(b), 6, 9, 11 and 11(a) of the bill were also corrected.

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  1. Atofarati Sikiru says:

    What is wrong with “state of the virtuous “? First we cherish statues of our late leaders instead of unify our state to God almighty, second, we are moving towards glorifying water goddess. The house should consult widely with their constituency before passing this changes into law. God bless Nigeria.

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