By Iyabo Adebisi

Governor Seyi Makinde has approved the regularisation and integration of 129 floating staff members of the Defunct Oyo State Agricultural Development Programme (OYSADEP) into the mainstream of the state civil service.

The state’s Commissioner for Information, Prince Dotun Oyelade disclosed this at a media briefing after the Executive Council Meeting held at the Governor’s office, Secretariat, Ibadan. 

The commissioner for information said the reabsorbed 129 staff would also enjoy promotions and other entitlements for civil servants.

Also,the Commissioner for Budget and Economic Planning, Professor Musbau Babatunde said  the council  approved over ₦691 million to be invested in Wema Bank Right Issuance Program. 

 He said the investment would help the state government to prepare and secure the financial future of the state.

Professor Babatunde equally disclosed that the council has approved the sum of ₦10billion facility to provide counterpart funding for World Bank assisted projects in the state to access some of the world bank programs which are focused on the socioeconomic wellbeing of residents of the state.

On his part, the Commissioner for Public Works and Transport, Professor Daud Sangodoyin said the state executive council has approved the sum of ₦3.5billion naira for the clearing of the 36.7km northeast segment of Senator Rashidi Ladoja Ibadan circular road.

Professor Sangodoyin explained that the project which runs from Badeku axis to Moniya axis includes 150metres width bush clearing through the 36.7km length, removal of topsoil, construction of selected culverts and limited provision of earthworks among others.

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