Adeleke dissolves non-statutory boards
Adeleke dissolves non-statutory boards

The Osun State Governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke, on Tuesday approved the dissolution of non-statutory boards in the state.

The directive dissolving the boards was contained in a memo to heads of ministries, departments and agencies, signed by the Secretary to the State Government, Teslim Igbalaye.

The Board of Osun State University was however exempted from the dissolution order.

The memo read in part, “As a follow-up to the pronouncement of Governor Adeleke on Sunday, November 27, 2022, all non-statutory boards, commissions and parastatals including those of tertiary institutions (with exception of UNIOSUN) are hereby dissolved in the state forthwith.

“Consequently, all accounting officers of such boards, parastatals and commissions are to take charge with immediate effect.”

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