Gov. Makinde dissolves task force on waste management
Gov. Seyi Makinde of Oyo State, on Thursday, ordered the immediate dissolution of the state task force on waste management.
The chairman, transition and inauguration committee, Mr Segun Ogunwuyi, made this known in a statement in Ibadan.
Mr Ogunwuyi said, “I have the directive of the Executive Governor of Oyo State, His Excellency, Gov. Seyi Makinde, to inform you of the dissolution of the Oyo state waste management task force with effect from today, May 25, 2023.
“The task force is by this directive required to officially hand over and submit all government properties to the transition and inauguration committee.”
He said that the governor appreciated the tremendous contributions of the task force to the development of the state, wishing them success in their future endeavours.
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