BY ISAAC AFOLABI
Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has sworn in two new commissioners, who were recently confirmed by the state house of assembly.
The two commissioners are Mr Akinwunmi Sowore and Mr Adeboboye Ologbese.
Governor Akeredolu charged them to be dedicated and render laudable services to the good people of the state and shun all forms of distractions.
He also asked the commissioners to be loyal and commitment to the party adding that his administration would fulfiled all promises made to the people.
Dignitries at the occasion included Kalasuwe of Apoi land Oba Professor Sunday Adejimola ,family members of the newly appointed commissioners,the chief judge of Ondo state Justice Williams Akintoye among others.
Meanwhile, Governor, Ar Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has assigned portfolios to the two new Commissioners that were sworn-in earlier on Wednesday.
The two new Commissioners are Mr. Akinwumi Samson Sowore and Prince Jacob Adeboboye Ologbese.
A statement by his chief press secretary, Richard Olatunde says Mr. Sowore is the commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs while Prince Ologbese has equally been assigned to the Ministry of Regional Integration and Diaspora.
Similarly, Governor Akeredolu has redeployed three old Commissioners to different ministries. The redeployment is aimed at improving governance and deploying talents to reinvigorate certain sectors.
The former Commissioner for Regional Integration and Diaspora, Mrs. Bamidele Ademola Olateju, has been redeployed to the Ministry of Information and Orientation while the former Commissioner for Physical and Urban Development, Rt. Hon. Fatai Olotu Aburumaku has also been redeployed to the Ministry of Water and Sanitation.
Mrs. Yetunde Adeyanju, who was formerly the Commissioner for Water and Sanitation has been redeployed to the Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban Development.
Governor Akeredolu charged the new and reassigned Commissioners to work in line with the One Administration mantra of his government, while urging them to give their best in the discharge of their duties.