Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun state has appointed liaison officers to represent him at each of the state’s 20 local government areas.
The governor announced the appointments in a statement signed by his chief press secretary, Kunle Somorin on Monday.
The appointments, according to him, aims at deepening democracy and improves local government administration at the grassroots level.
The liaison officers appointed for the Abeokuta north are Honorable Tajudeen Ishola and Dr. Olawale Bello, while Ayodeji Shomide and Olalekan Kayode are for Abeokuta south.
Lawal Wasiu and Abiola Bakare are for Ado-Odo/Ota, Emmanuel Babayemi for Ewekoro, Fatai Raheem and Akinjide Adebayo for Ifo, Niyi Ogunfadebo for Ijebu east, Semiu Lawal (Odeda), as well as Bayo Adekoya for Ijebu north.
Also appointed are Odumola Segun and Sulaiman Oduwole for Ijebu north east, Bayo Oyekoya for Ikenne, Chief Olusola Oke (Imeko Afon), Alhaji Kabir Abolurin and Ganiyu Ayigbola (Ipokia), Mustapha Fatai (Obafemi Owode).
Others appointed are Obafemi Onakoya and Tunde Diya (Odogbolu), Okuwoga Adeyinka (Ogun Waterside), Abiola Ogundeko (Remo north), Hon. Gbenga Baruwa and Bello Arole (Sagamu), David Bankole and Alhaji Lukmon Akinyemi (Yewa north) while Akeem Obanla and Tunji Idowu are for Yewa south.