……..AS ONDO NULGE REMEMBERS LATE AYO OMOREGIE

 

BY TINA OKINEDO 

The need for Nigerians to consciously demonstrate willingness to resolve numerous security challenges have once again taken the center stage of discussion at the 4th Comrade Ayo Omoregie annual memorial lecture in Akure.

The lecture titled: National Security as determinant of Economic Progress, Trends and Implications in Contemporary Nigeria organized by the Nigeria union of local government employees NULGE, Ondo state gave participants the opportunity to brainstorm and create awareness on the need to be security conscious at all times

A cross section of guests at the lecture

Delivering the lecture,  Acting head of department of history and international studies Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba Dr Adedayo Afe stressed that regardless of government effort at enlarging the economy of the nation insecurity must be tackled headlong

In a speech, NULGE President in ondo state, Comrade Taiwo Bola thanked the Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu and his Southwest counterparts for birthing the idea of amotekun in finding solution to security challenges in the Southwest.

NULGE President in Ondo State, Mr Taiwo Bola

Earlier In an opening address, chairman Akure south local government area, Mr Gbenga Olaniyi appreciated the life and times of late Comrade omoregie decribing him as a man who stood for justice and welfare of workers

While appreciating nulge for Honoring her late husband, Mrs mojisola omoregie  said late ayo omoregie impacted meaningfully on local government service in Ondo state.

Widow of Late Omoregie, Mrs Mojisola Omorefie Presenting scholarship award to an indigent student

She charged workers to always contribute meaningfully to the development of the nation regardless of whatever position they occupied.

Cultural Display at the event.

Highpoint of the occasion included the presentation of scholarship to fourteen  indigent students till they graduate from secondary school.

Late ayo omoregie was one time the president of NULGE in ondo state and died in 2017.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

ArabicChinese (Simplified)EnglishFrenchHausaIgboYoruba