The Ogun State Elders’ consultative forum, under the Chairmanship of Prince Bola Ajibola has appeal to the good people of Ogun State to be more patient and tolerant with the government’s of the day as infrastructdevelopment will cut across the State.
This was contained in a release signed in Abeokuta by the Elders’ Consultative Forum Coordinating /Resource Person, Aremo Taiwo Allimi.
The release has it that Governor should not relent in his effort at spreading infrastructural development across the nooks and crannis of the State.
According to the release,the good people of Ogun State need to be more patient and be tolerant with the present administration led by Senator Ibukunle Amosun as the ongoing massive infrastructural development will cut across the State.
The release also had it that development can not take place without sacrifice, saying that the state Elders Forum commended and appreciate effort of the state government on its intention to established the state as an industrial destination of choice in Nigeria.
The release said the present administration’s Mission to Rebuild Agenda and urban Renewal initiatives is highly commendable, adding that government should spread its tentacles to towns and communities where It’s necessary for development to be rapid and balance.
The release stated that Elders’ Consultative Forum is non-partisan but an independent advisory body charged with the responsibilities of providing guidance, insight, direction for state government and general well being of the good people of the State as well as overall development and sustainable peace across the state.
According to the release, work of the Forum is conducted through meetings of its eight Committees, which then present and submit their recommendations to the quarterly Plenary Session of the Forum. Once it’s ratified and approved by the Plenary Session, the recommendations are sent to the State Government.
Many of such recommendations have become polices of the State,ranging frompeace, security , conflict resolution, State economy, welfare matter, poverty alleviation, education and legal matters.