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Ogun Begins Sale Of Rice At Discounted Rates

Ogun State Governor Dapo Abiodun at the weekend commenced the sale of rice to civil servants as part of his commitment to the welfare of the workforce. The event took place at the ‘Oja Irorun’ Civil Servants Farmers’ Market at the Governor’s Office. Abiodun, represented by the Head of Service Kehinde Onasanya, praised workers for their dedication and commitment to service.

He said: “Ogun State civil servants’ dedication and hard work form the bedrock of the progress and prosperity of our dear state. “Recognising this invaluable essence of workers to the actualisation of the policies and programmes of the state government, the administration has graciously approved the sale of high quality bags of rice at discounted prices exclusively to the workforce.”

The governor urged workers in the Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) to take full advantage of the opportunity. Onasanya, represented by the Permanent Secretary of the Bureau of Establishments and Training Lydia Fajounbo, appreciated the government for the initiative, which is one of the many interventions by the government to cushion the effect of the fuel subsidy removal for the state workforce. The HoS, however, urged the workers to reciprocate the good gesture of government by remaining dedicated to duties and collectively working for the progress of the state.

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