Ogun Senior Civil Servants Task Oba Adeleke On Development Of Imasayi Town


Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) has urged the Oba-elect of Imasayi, Oba Lukmon Adeleke to use his wealth of experience to bring growth to the community, and help the people discover potentials for personal wealth.

Ogun State Chairman of ASCSN, Comrade Olude Isa stated this on Thursday when he led other executive members to pay courtesy visit to Oba Adeleke over his recent emergence as the new monarch for the town in Yewa North Local Government Area.

The Association during the visit hereby passed a vote of confidence on the Comrade cum monarch.

While speaking with newsmen shortly after the visit Comrade Olude noted that the emergence of Comrade Adeleke as the new Olu of Imasayi will bring rapid development to the axis.

Olude stressed: “The Oba-elect is a veteran comrade who will use his wealth of experience to bring growth to the community, and help the people discover potentials for personal wealth.

“I have no doubt in my mind that, Kabiyesi will bring the experience of comradeship to bear in this circumstance.

“We called the attention of Kabiyesi to the welfare of workers as comrade, we know that at intervals, government used to invite traditional rulers for discussion, and as one of us, he will be able to probably interfere in our case and propel our crusade to the government of the day.

“On the issue of education, which I also raised, event in Ogun State in recent shows that the students have not shown enough commitment and this is a call to all the concerned individuals: parents, traditional institutions and the community, to be bothered and critically be proactive to solving that challenge.

“We further called the attention of Kabiyesi to the case of discipline, decadence in the society, and in our schools in particular, which should be corrected even from school environment.”

Similarly, the Chairman of ASCSN, Federal Chapter, Comrade Adeniyi Ganiyu explained that the Oba-elect had served in different capacity as a labour leader.

Ganiyu noted that the experience the new monarch has gathered in trainings will come to use during his reign.

His words: “Just like my counterpart has mentioned, to have served as a labour leader, most especially as a veteran from ASCSN, we do not expect anything less than the training and retraining that we have been able to enjoy. And then he should be able to make that reflective in his reign in order to move the town forward.

“As a bureaucrat, we are vase and well-grounded in what we are supposed to do as an individual, but not also as a group but as a town and as people. We are sure and by God’s grace that quick, visible development will begin to happen in the town.

“And you see that from his approach by being all-inclusive, by which readily advanced the course of development and growth of any race, and so we are expected that to happen.”

The monarch in his remarks however promised to embark on capacity building for the people of the community.