The Chairman, Local Government Service Commission, LGSC in Osun State, Elder Tunde Adedeji has scored his principal high, saying that no government has surpassed the Governor Gboyega Oyetola’s led administration in terms of infrastructural development within the little space of time available since his assumption of leadership in the state.
Elder Adedeji, also stated that ”Anyone saying that prompt payment of salary, pension and gratuities by Mr Governor are not achievements is either irresponsibly ignorant or satanically mischievous,” stressing that “Anyone who does what Napoleon was unable to do is greater than Napoleon”.
The politician made this known while fielding questions from newsmen in his office.
He noted that Osun State Civil Service was a reflection of the society, explaining that the “state government is paying them as at when due. To whom much is given, much is expected.
“The request the government has always been making from the workers is to be diligent in their duties, honest and loyal to the government and people of Osun State”
Elder Adedeji who called on the people of the state to protect their Permanent Voters Card, PVC ahead of the Saturday July 16 governorship election enjoined them to troop out in their large numbers and cast their votes for Governor Oyetola.
The Osun LGSC boss who condemned campaign of calumny by some politicians said, the good jobs done by Mr Governor would speak for him on Saturday, saying his efforts in transforming the entire Osun cannot be over emphasized.
“Governor Oyetola deserves second term for him to complete his good job for the citizens. His people oriented programmes like health, education, agriculture, provision of foods, welfare of the aged, vulnerable, youths empowerment, infrastructures among others have been contributing to the development of all and sundry.
“The only way people can appreciate Governor Oyetola is for them to demonstrate their unalloyed support for his second term bid. Let us all join hands together and ensure the return of Mr Governor to the office come Saturday”
Elder Adedeji however called on the local government workers across the state to show their complete love to Mr Governor by voting him in for second term in office during the Saturday’s election day, adding that they should not allow themselves to be deceived by the oppositions.