Ogun State House of Assembly, through its Tripartite Ad-hoc Committee in charge of eradication of fake ticketing will convey a stakeholders’ forum on Wednesday, 12th August, 2020 with heads of Ministries, Department and Agencies of Government in charge of revenue generation as well all Transportation Unions in the State in its bid to streamline revenue collection system in the State.
The Deputy Speaker, who doubles as the Chairman of the Committee, Hon. Oludare Kadiri, disclosed this shortly after an interactive session with the State Commissioners for Forestry, Tunji Akinosi, His Environment Counterpart Hon.Abudu Balogun and that of Transportation, Engr. Gbenga Dairo as well as Permanent Secretaries n the Ministry of Finance and Agriculture held at the Assembly Complex, Oke-mosan, Abeokuta.
The deputy speaker and the chairman of the tripartite Committed Hon. Oludare Kadiri during the meeting announced the suspension of the issuance of sanitation tickets at parks and garages in the State, pending the conclusion of the Stakeholders’ meeting, with a task on revenue generating MDAs to step up measures at blocking revenue leakages.
Earlier in their remarks, the Commissioners assured that more administrative strategies would be deployed to address fake ticketing in their respective revenue headings, through unified revenue policy in line with the present administration’s policy thrust.
In thesame vein, the State House of Assembly’s Committee on Health led by Hon. Adegoke Adeyanju, has urged the Management of the State Hospital, Ilaro to put in place measures towards an immediate expansion of the facility with neccessary equipment to meet the volume of patronage by residents of the various towns and communities patronising it.
Adeyanju gave the advice while leading other members of the Committee to appraise the budget performance of the State Hospitals, Ilaro and Ota during the on going half year 2020 budget assessment of MDAs Commends Prince Dapo Abiodun led administration for declaring a state of emergency in the Health sector on assumption of office, the lawmaker tasked the Managements of the facilities to further boost quality service delivery for the overall health well-being of the people.
In his presentation, the Chief Medical Director, State Hospital, Ilaro, Dr. Yusuf Abdul-Wahab, said the facility generated the sum of N21m into government’s coffers between January and June, while his counterpart in Ota, Dr. Taofeek Somade discloded a total of N106.4m as generated revenue for the same period.