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INTRODUCTION

     Osun State came into existence on August 27th, 1991 as a result of creation of another state out of the former Oyo State by the Federal Military Government. Osun is an inland state in south western Nigeria, Its capital is Osogbo.

The State has an area of approximately 8,802 kilometers and is bounded in the South by Ogun State, in the North by Kwara State, in the East partly by Ondo State and partly by Ekiti State in the West by Oyo State.
The State was initially made up of twenty-three Local Government but now thirty Local Governments with One Area office located at Modakeke. The Local Government and their headquarters are:
Ayedaade- Gbongan,
Ayedire- Ile ogbo,
Atakumosa East- Iperindo
Atakumosa West- Osu.
Boripe- Iragbiji,
Bolorunduro- Otan Ayegaju.
Ede North- Ede
Ede South- Oke Iresi Ede
Egbedore- Awo,
Ejigbo- Ejigbo,
Ifelodun- Ikirun,
Ife Central- Ile ife,
Ife East- Oke Ogbo,
Ife Central East- Area office Modakeke,
Ife North- Ipetumodu,
Ife South- Ifetedo,
Others are:

Ifedayo- Oke Ila,
Ila- Ila Orangun,
Ilesa East- Yemogun Road, Ilesa,
Ilesa West- Ilesa,
Irewole- Ikire,
Isokan- Apomu,
Irepodun – Ilobu,
Iwo – Iwo,
Obokun – Ibokun,
Oriade – Ijebu-ijesa,
Odo-otin – Okuku,
Olaoluwa – Bode-osi,
Olorunda – Igbona,
Osogbo – Osogbo (Oja Oba).
Orolu- Ifon,

The State which is very compact is also homogeneous. It comprises mainly the Ijeshas, the Oyo Osuns and the Ifes all belongs to the Yoruba family and speaking same Yoruba language.
However, people from other parts of the country and outside trade and settled in the State mostly in the large urban centers.
Osun is home to several of Nigeria’s most famous landmarks, including the campus of Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria’s pre-eminent institution of higher learning. The university is also located in the ancient town of Ile-Ifẹ, an important early center of political and religious development for Yoruba culture. Other important cities and towns include the ancient kingdom-capitals of Oke-Ila Orangun, Ila Orangun, Ijebu-ijesa, Ede, Iwo, Ejigbo, Modakeke, Ibokun, Ode-Omu, Ifetedo, Esa-Oke, Otan, Ilesa and Igbajo.

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LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS IN OSUN STATE

HIGHLIGHTS OF OSUN STATE EVENTS

OSUN STATE MEETINGS UPDATE

MINUTE OF MEETING

Date: December 1, 2019

The meeting commenced at exactly 4:37pm with an opening prayer from Elder Akinyemi. Following this was the reading of the last minute by the secretary. Shortly after this, comr Agbaye also butressed on the minute which was read by the Secretary. This he did to further expatiate on some shadowy contents of the minute to erase any form of doubt in the minds of those coming for the meeting for the first time.

Furthermore, Comr Agbaye addressed the issue of anxiety on the part of members of the movement. According to him, he beseeched everyone to be rest assured as everybody’s interest will be protected. He pledged that no one will be cheated and undermined.

Shortly after this, Comr Agbaye quickly addressed the purpose of the meeting which hinged on the Local Government inauguration of TNN. He stressed the importance of having the inauguration as soon as possible so that the Oriade local government chapter of TNN won’t be left behind in the fortunes that accrue to the movement. Also, he was of the opinion that every ward across Oriade will have a representative among the executives which would be inaugurated.

An observation was raised by Mr akinwale from ipetu zone. In his view, he begged for more time in order to plan for mobilization across ipetu ijesa zone in order to increase the number of attendees for the said inauguration. In a swift response, the State TNN women leader was of the opinion that we shouldn’t always lament about the membership of the movement as a factor to determine the likelihood of the inauguration. She was of the opinion that the names of purported representatives to constitute the Local Government executives should be quickly decided by the wards present during the meeting. This she said in order to fast track the inaugural process. She equally advised that those who will be selected must be ready to work assiduously without fear and favour. She once again allayed the fear of members and assured that the group will beat inclusive.

Concerning the date of inauguration, Mr akinwale suggested December 15 which was unanimously supported by everyone. All wards are hereby enjoined to work on mobilization concerning the inauguration. It was also agreed that there will be no other meeting until inauguration day.

They meeting ended at exactly 5:44pm with a closing prayer.

31 people were in attendanc

POST-COVID VISITATION TO OSUN STATE

Today, Wednesday, September 2, 2020, The Osun State TNN Executives welcomed the National Coordinator of the movement as he visited them on a POST COVID FACT FINDING MISSION.

It will be recalled that the National Leadership of the movement had earlier on released a memo spelling out its plan visit all already inaugurated states to find out the realities and challenges peculiar to each state after a compulsory hold on all our physical activities imposed by the Corona Virus Pandemic. The fact-finding mission was thus an official opening of our physical activities and was also targeted at keeping members abreast of the new trends and restructuring in the association.

In Osun State, the Team of National Coordinator was impressed by the level of work well done in the state and by the level of high spirited members they met on the ground.

Aside from the fact-finding mission, the State Executives led their visitors to the representative of the State Governor (Hon Famurewa who was the DG of Campaigns of the Governor and currently the State SUBEB Chairman) to officially declare their support to his second term ambition. It was in funfair and a very memorable day.

The visitation was accentuated with songs, group photographs, and videos, after which the cortege of the National Coordinator proceeded to the next state.


This report is brought to you by:

Oke S. O. (WaZoBia)
State Publicity Secretary

Olayanju Kolapo (Africa)
State President

Fatomide Moshood (MKO Jnr)
State Coordinator & Regional Chairman

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Osun

INTRODUCTION

     Osun State came into existence on August 27th, 1991 as a result of creation of another state out of the former Oyo State by the Federal Military Government. Osun is an inland state in south western Nigeria, Its capital is Osogbo.

The State has an area of approximately 8,802 kilometers and is bounded in the South by Ogun State, in the North by Kwara State, in the East partly by Ondo State and partly by Ekiti State in the West by Oyo State.
The State was initially made up of twenty-three Local Government but now thirty Local Governments with One Area office located at Modakeke. The Local Government and their headquarters are:
Ayedaade- Gbongan,
Ayedire- Ile ogbo,
Atakumosa East- Iperindo
Atakumosa West- Osu.
Boripe- Iragbiji,
Bolorunduro- Otan Ayegaju.
Ede North- Ede
Ede South- Oke Iresi Ede
Egbedore- Awo,
Ejigbo- Ejigbo,
Ifelodun- Ikirun,
Ife Central- Ile ife,
Ife East- Oke Ogbo,
Ife Central East- Area office Modakeke,
Ife North- Ipetumodu,
Ife South- Ifetedo,
Others are:

Ifedayo- Oke Ila,
Ila- Ila Orangun,
Ilesa East- Yemogun Road, Ilesa,
Ilesa West- Ilesa,
Irewole- Ikire,
Isokan- Apomu,
Irepodun – Ilobu,
Iwo – Iwo,
Obokun – Ibokun,
Oriade – Ijebu-ijesa,
Odo-otin – Okuku,
Olaoluwa – Bode-osi,
Olorunda – Igbona,
Osogbo – Osogbo (Oja Oba).
Orolu- Ifon,

The State which is very compact is also homogeneous. It comprises mainly the Ijeshas, the Oyo Osuns and the Ifes all belongs to the Yoruba family and speaking same Yoruba language.
However, people from other parts of the country and outside trade and settled in the State mostly in the large urban centers.
Osun is home to several of Nigeria’s most famous landmarks, including the campus of Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria’s pre-eminent institution of higher learning. The university is also located in the ancient town of Ile-Ifẹ, an important early center of political and religious development for Yoruba culture. Other important cities and towns include the ancient kingdom-capitals of Oke-Ila Orangun, Ila Orangun, Ijebu-ijesa, Ede, Iwo, Ejigbo, Modakeke, Ibokun, Ode-Omu, Ifetedo, Esa-Oke, Otan, Ilesa and Igbajo.

click to join whatsapp group

NOTE: IF LOOP IS FULL KINDLY JOIN YOUR LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOOP

LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS IN OSUN STATE

HIGHLIGHTS OF OSUN STATE EVENTS

OSUN STATE MEETINGS UPDATE

MINUTE OF MEETING

Date: December 1, 2019

The meeting commenced at exactly 4:37pm with an opening prayer from Elder Akinyemi. Following this was the reading of the last minute by the secretary. Shortly after this, comr Agbaye also butressed on the minute which was read by the Secretary. This he did to further expatiate on some shadowy contents of the minute to erase any form of doubt in the minds of those coming for the meeting for the first time.

Furthermore, Comr Agbaye addressed the issue of anxiety on the part of members of the movement. According to him, he beseeched everyone to be rest assured as everybody’s interest will be protected. He pledged that no one will be cheated and undermined.

Shortly after this, Comr Agbaye quickly addressed the purpose of the meeting which hinged on the Local Government inauguration of TNN. He stressed the importance of having the inauguration as soon as possible so that the Oriade local government chapter of TNN won’t be left behind in the fortunes that accrue to the movement. Also, he was of the opinion that every ward across Oriade will have a representative among the executives which would be inaugurated.

An observation was raised by Mr akinwale from ipetu zone. In his view, he begged for more time in order to plan for mobilization across ipetu ijesa zone in order to increase the number of attendees for the said inauguration. In a swift response, the State TNN women leader was of the opinion that we shouldn’t always lament about the membership of the movement as a factor to determine the likelihood of the inauguration. She was of the opinion that the names of purported representatives to constitute the Local Government executives should be quickly decided by the wards present during the meeting. This she said in order to fast track the inaugural process. She equally advised that those who will be selected must be ready to work assiduously without fear and favour. She once again allayed the fear of members and assured that the group will beat inclusive.

Concerning the date of inauguration, Mr akinwale suggested December 15 which was unanimously supported by everyone. All wards are hereby enjoined to work on mobilization concerning the inauguration. It was also agreed that there will be no other meeting until inauguration day.

They meeting ended at exactly 5:44pm with a closing prayer.

31 people were in attendanc

POST-COVID VISITATION TO OSUN STATE

Today, Wednesday, September 2, 2020, The Osun State TNN Executives welcomed the National Coordinator of the movement as he visited them on a POST COVID FACT FINDING MISSION.

It will be recalled that the National Leadership of the movement had earlier on released a memo spelling out its plan visit all already inaugurated states to find out the realities and challenges peculiar to each state after a compulsory hold on all our physical activities imposed by the Corona Virus Pandemic. The fact-finding mission was thus an official opening of our physical activities and was also targeted at keeping members abreast of the new trends and restructuring in the association.

In Osun State, the Team of National Coordinator was impressed by the level of work well done in the state and by the level of high spirited members they met on the ground.

Aside from the fact-finding mission, the State Executives led their visitors to the representative of the State Governor (Hon Famurewa who was the DG of Campaigns of the Governor and currently the State SUBEB Chairman) to officially declare their support to his second term ambition. It was in funfair and a very memorable day.

The visitation was accentuated with songs, group photographs, and videos, after which the cortege of the National Coordinator proceeded to the next state.


This report is brought to you by:

Oke S. O. (WaZoBia)
State Publicity Secretary

Olayanju Kolapo (Africa)
State President

Fatomide Moshood (MKO Jnr)
State Coordinator & Regional Chairman

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