Ogun, A Non-Tribalistic, All-Inclusive – Commissioner

Ogun State Commissioner for Transportation, Engr. Gbenga Dairo has said the present administration will continue to run a non-tribalistic and all-inclusive government in its activities and decision-making.

Dairo who disclosed this in Abeokuta during a courtesy visit by the Igbo community in the State said the present administration is willing to welcome inputs capable of moving the State forward.

He revealed that a sizable number of qualified Igbo natives have been employed as part of the State’s workforce, adding that the Governor’s willingness to create an all-encompassing government was what led to his having a Special Assistant on different Ethnic Matters.

“Among the Ogun State workforce, we have a lot of non-indigenes, even in the Ministry of Transportation, we have Igbos that are doing so well. We have them among the Traffic Compliance and Enforcement Corps (TRACE) and many other Ministries, Departments, and Parastatals (MDAs). Our gates are always opened to have your views and opinions towards achieving giant strides in the State”, Dairo said.

Earlier in his remarks, Special Assistant to the Governor on Ethnic (Igbo), Hon. Monday Chukwudi, appreciated the Commissioner for receiving them, saying the rapid development strides of the Prince Dapo Abiodun-led Administration across the State had encouraged many of their tribes to prefer residing in Ogun State.

Lauding the Governor for his selfless service, he appealed for more employment opportunities for his people.

In his contribution, Public Relations Officer, Igbo Community, Chief. Samuel Duruoha commended the State government on the road infrastructural development across the State, pledging that the group would continue to support the State government.