…To Reconstitute Advisory Council, Aides
As he marks two years in office as the member representing Akoko South-East/South-West federal constituency in the House of Representatives, Hon Ade Adeogun has dissolved with immediate effect the constituency’s Advisory Council, a committee of elders, drawn from across the 26 wards that make up the constituency and saddled with the responsibilities of providing guidance, reviewing policies and plans for the lawmaker representing the constituency.
While appreciating those who have served as members of the dissolved council, Him Adeogun also thanked them sincerely for putting in their best to serve humanity with their useful pieces of advice, resources and God given wisdom, noting with a heart of gratitude that despite not being a remunerated position, the members of the dissolved council “rendered good counsel, guidance and provided leadership for the uplift of our federal constituency.”
He further prayed that may their labour of love never be in vain.
The council will be reconstituted soon to enable it carry on with its laudable roles.
In a related development, the reconstitution of his aides will follow, after wide consultations with leaders of the Akoko South-East/South-West federal constituency chapter of the All Progressives Congress, APC, and other stakeholders in the federal constituency.
According to a statement signed by Hon Adeogun’s Special Assistant in Media and Publicity, Sunday Abire Olugbenga, “This is to enable us take further steps to strengthen the unity now enjoyed by our party, inject fresh blood and give others who contributed to the success of our party in 2019 an opportunity to serve too.”
Recall that Hon Adeogun appointed about 85 aides two years ago in order to reward loyalty, as well as reduce the burden of service to our people.
The statement added, “Given the number of our party members and supporters, it is impossible to offer paid appointments to all, but Hon. Adeogun is determined to continually take steps to expand the pool of beneficiaries through appointments and robust empowerment programs.”