The Governor of the State of Osun, Adegboyega Oyetola, has made it compulsory for all the public and civil servants to wear Adire to work every Thursday.

The governor, who launched mass production, promotion and marketing of Adire Osun, also declared every Thursday of the week ‘Adire Osun Day’.

 

This was contained in a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Ismail Omipidan, titled, ‘Osun Int’l Fashion Week: Oyetola launches mass production of Adire Osun …declares every Thursday Adire Osun Day’.

 

Oyetola said Adire is indigenous to Osun and that it is not for nothing that Osogbo, the State capital, is referred to as ‘Ilu Aro’ (Home of dye).

 

He explained that the initiative was to reawaken the people’s consciousness towards socio-cultural and artistic renaissance in the State.

 

Oyetola who was represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Prince Wole Oyebamiji, stressed that the State under his watch would continue to support the cause of employing indigenous resources to grow her revenue base.

 

Oyetola said, “I wish to recall that at the inauguration of this administration under my leadership, I did state that the economy of our State should be repositioned and that Economic Summit would be organised to, among other initiatives, develop strategies that would drive meaningful youth employment, enhance food security and agricultural development, activate mining prospects

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    1. The Governor of the State of Osun, Adegboyega Oyetola, has made it compulsory for all the public and civil servants to wear Adire to work every Thursday.
      The governor, who launched mass production, promotion and marketing of Adire Osun, also declared every Thursday of the week ‘Adire Osun Day’.
      This was contained in a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Ismail Omipidan, titled, ‘Osun Int’l Fashion Week: Oyetola launches mass production of Adire Osun …declares every Thursday Adire Osun Day’.
      Oyetola said Adire is indigenous to Osun and that it is not for nothing that Osogbo, the State capital, is referred to as ‘Ilu Aro’ (Home of dye).
      He explained that the initiative was to reawaken the people’s consciousness towards socio-cultural and artistic renaissance in the State.
      Oyetola who was represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Prince Wole Oyebamiji, stressed that the State under his watch would continue to support the cause of employing indigenous resources to grow her revenue base.
      Oyetola said, “I wish to recall that at the inauguration of this administration under my leadership, I did state that the economy of our State should be repositioned and that Economic Summit would be organised to, among other initiatives, develop strategies that would drive meaningful youth employment, enhance food security and agricultural development, activate mining prospects

      1. The Governor of the State of Osun, Adegboyega Oyetola, has made it compulsory for all the public and civil servants to wear Adire to work every Thursday.
        The governor, who launched mass production, promotion and marketing of Adire Osun, also declared every Thursday of the week ‘Adire Osun Day’.
        This was contained in a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Ismail Omipidan, titled, ‘Osun Int’l Fashion Week: Oyetola launches mass production of Adire Osun …declares every Thursday Adire Osun Day’.
        Oyetola said Adire is indigenous to Osun and that it is not for nothing that Osogbo, the State capital, is referred to as ‘Ilu Aro’ (Home of dye).
        He explained that the initiative was to reawaken the people’s consciousness towards socio-cultural and artistic renaissance in the State.
        Oyetola who was represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Prince Wole Oyebamiji, stressed that the State under his watch would continue to support the cause of employing indigenous resources to grow her revenue base.
        Oyetola said, “I wish to recall that at the inauguration of this administration under my leadership, I did state that the economy of our State should be repositioned and that Economic Summit would be organised to, among other initiatives, develop strategies that would drive meaningful youth employment, enhance food security and agricultural development, activate mining prospects

    1. The Governor of the State of Osun, Adegboyega Oyetola, has made it compulsory for all the public and civil servants to wear Adire to work every Thursday.
      The governor, who launched mass production, promotion and marketing of Adire Osun, also declared every Thursday of the week ‘Adire Osun Day’.
      This was contained in a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Ismail Omipidan, titled, ‘Osun Int’l Fashion Week: Oyetola launches mass production of Adire Osun …declares every Thursday Adire Osun Day’.
      Oyetola said Adire is indigenous to Osun and that it is not for nothing that Osogbo, the State capital, is referred to as ‘Ilu Aro’ (Home of dye).
      He explained that the initiative was to reawaken the people’s consciousness towards socio-cultural and artistic renaissance in the State.
      Oyetola who was represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Prince Wole Oyebamiji, stressed that the State under his watch would continue to support the cause of employing indigenous resources to grow her revenue base.
      Oyetola said, “I wish to recall that at the inauguration of this administration under my leadership, I did state that the economy of our State should be repositioned and that Economic Summit would be organised to, among other initiatives, develop strategies that would drive meaningful youth employment, enhance food security and agricultural development, activate mining prospects

    1. The Governor of the State of Osun, Adegboyega Oyetola, has made it compulsory for all the public and civil servants to wear Adire to work every Thursday.
      The governor, who launched mass production, promotion and marketing of Adire Osun, also declared every Thursday of the week ‘Adire Osun Day’.
      This was contained in a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Ismail Omipidan, titled, ‘Osun Int’l Fashion Week: Oyetola launches mass production of Adire Osun …declares every Thursday Adire Osun Day’.
      Oyetola said Adire is indigenous to Osun and that it is not for nothing that Osogbo, the State capital, is referred to as ‘Ilu Aro’ (Home of dye).
      He explained that the initiative was to reawaken the people’s consciousness towards socio-cultural and artistic renaissance in the State.
      Oyetola who was represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Prince Wole Oyebamiji, stressed that the State under his watch would continue to support the cause of employing indigenous resources to grow her revenue base.
      Oyetola said, “I wish to recall that at the inauguration of this administration under my leadership, I did state that the economy of our State should be repositioned and that Economic Summit would be organised to, among other initiatives, develop strategies that would drive meaningful youth employment, enhance food security and agricultural development, activate mining prospects

  1. Arise, o compatriots, Nigeria’s call obey to serve our fatherland with love and strength and faith the labour of our heroes past shall never be in vain to serve with heart and might one nation bound in freedom peace and unity. O God of creation direct our noble cause guide thou our leaders right

  2. a surprising turn of events, two middle-aged men are alleged to have mutually agreed to exchange their wives as a way of settling their differences.

    Josh Odour and Sakis from Busia County in western Kenya, traded wives and their kids after Sakis and Odour’s wife decided to make their secret affair public. According to KDRTV, Odour first heard that his wife was cheating with Sakis but he did not believe it.

    However, he was later shocked to find his wife at Sakis’ place cleaning the dishes. There, the wife told him she had moved on with the Boda Boda operator. In retaliation, Oduor is alleged to have lured Sakis’ wife who had gone back to her parent’s home and convinced her to get married to him. The lady agreed and the two even went to inform the police about their new unions.

    Odour says he is already eager to impregnate his new wife as supplement for the two she has. He added that he will do this because he was used to having three children in the house. However, on his rival, Odour said he will have to wait a little bit longer if he wanted a kid from his new wife as she was on a long family planning method.

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    Bello Muhiz says:
    July 13, 2021 at 8:50 AM
    Extremely crazy

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    Adam Akoli says:
    July 13, 2021 at 9:08 AM
    This is very strange any way. Where did they sought this advice?

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    Naanpoe Paul kamlong says:
    July 13, 2021 at 9:22 AM
    In a surprising turn of events, two middle-aged men are alleged to have mutually agreed to exchange their wives as a way of settling their differences.
    Josh Odour and Sakis from Busia County in western Kenya, traded wives and their kids after Sakis and Odour’s wife decided to make their secret affair public. According to KDRTV, Odour first heard that his wife was cheating with Sakis but he did not believe it.
    However, he was later shocked to find his wife at Sakis’ place cleaning the dishes. There, the wife told him she had moved on with the Boda Boda operator. In retaliation, Oduor is alleged to have lured Sakis’ wife who had gone back to her parent’s home and convinced her to get married to him. The lady agreed and the two even went to inform the police about their new unions.
    Odour says he is already eager to impregnate his new wife as supplement for the two she has. He added that he will do this because he was used to having three children in the house. However, on his rival, Odour said he will have to wait a little bit longer if he wanted a kid from his new wife as she was on a long family planning method.

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    Ogbonnaya Michael Otuosorochi says:
    July 13, 2021 at 9:50 AM
    Lol

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    Sunday Ochiba says:
    July 13, 2021 at 8:55 AM
    wonderful

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    Ibraheem Remilekun says:
    July 13, 2021 at 8:55 AM
    Very good information keep it up

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    NIGEL MEPUTAIFE says:
    July 13, 2021 at 9:04 AM
    How do you mean

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    Naanpoe Paul kamlong says:
    July 13, 2021 at 9:22 AM
    In a surprising turn of events, two middle-aged men are alleged to have mutually agreed to exchange their wives as a way of settling their differences.
    Josh Odour and Sakis from Busia County in western Kenya, traded wives and their kids after Sakis and Odour’s wife decided to make their secret affair public. According to KDRTV, Odour first heard that his wife was cheating with Sakis but he did not believe it.
    However, he was later shocked to find his wife at Sakis’ place cleaning the dishes. There, the wife told him she had moved on with the Boda Boda operator. In retaliation, Oduor is alleged to have lured Sakis’ wife who had gone back to her parent’s home and convinced her to get married to him. The lady agreed and the two even went to inform the police about their new unions.
    Odour says he is already eager to impregnate his new wife as supplement for the two she has. He added that he will do this because he was used to having three children in the

  3. He explained that the initiative was to reawaken the people’s consciousness towards socio-cultural and artistic renaissance in the State.

  4. The well known Fulani group, Gan Allah Fulani Development Association, GAFDAN, has warned against the resolution of Southern governors to ban open grazing.

    GAFDAN said a ban on open grazing would lead to a breakdown of peace between Northerners and Southerners.

    The group insisted that the decision of the governors would groom hatred between Southerners and Northerners
    There’s no hatred between northerners and southerners

  5. Learning is a continue process according to education wearing school uniform is like going to official place to learn now so Mr governor should have his reason for that

  6. The Governor of the State of Osun, Adegboyega Oyetola, has made it compulsory for all the public and civil servants to wear Adire to work every Thursday.

    The governor, who launched mass production, promotion and marketing of Adire Osun, also declared every Thursday of the week ‘Adire Osun Day’.

    This was contained in a statement by the Chief Press

  7. If it will be possible,let it be.😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱

  8. Oyetola said, “I wish to recall that at the inauguration of this administration under my leadership, I did state that the economy of our State should be repositioned and that Economic Summit would be organised to, among other initiatives, develop strategies that would drive meaningful youth employment, enhance food security and agricultural development, activate mining prospects
    Ride on
    Inauguration promise been fulfill

  9. The Governor of the State of Osun, Adegboyega Oyetola, has made it compulsory for all the public and civil servants to wear Adire to work every Thursday.
    The governor, who launched mass production, promotion and marketing of Adire Osun, also declared every Thursday of the week ‘Adire Osun Day’.
    This was contained in a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Ismail Omipidan, titled, ‘Osun Int’l Fashion Week: Oyetola launches mass production of Adire Osun …declares every Thursday Adire Osun Day’.
    Oyetola said Adire is indigenous to Osun and that it is not for nothing that Osogbo, the State capital, is referred to as ‘Ilu Aro’ (Home of dye).
    He explained that the initiative was to reawaken the people’s consciousness towards socio-cultural and artistic renaissance in the State.
    Oyetola who was represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Prince Wole Oyebamiji, stressed that the State under his watch would continue to support the cause of employing indigenous resources to grow her revenue base.
    Oyetola said, “I wish to recall that at the inauguration of this administration under my leadership, I did state that the economy of our State should be repositioned and that Economic Summit would be organised to, among other initiatives, develop strategies that would drive meaningful youth employment, enhance food security and agricultural development, activate mining prospects

  10. Is this actually necessary, like is this what they are meant to focus on at the moment. I don’t seem to understand any of this at alll

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