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Youths engagement and economic prosperity remain priority to Oyetola. Osun Dep Gov

The Deputy Governor of the state of Osun, Mr Benedict Alabi has again reiterated the commitment of Governor Gboyega Oyetola's administration to ensure that the youths in the state are fully engaged and as well turn around the economic fortune of the state for the prosperity of all.

Mr Alabi reiterated this on Sunday, in continuation of his special thanksgiving  to some Churches in the state which commenced last Sunday.

The special Thanksgiving was to appreciate God for the grace over the present administration and to thank the churches in the state for their support in prayers all this while, more especially, to fulfill a promise he made during electioneering campaigns to the churches.

Some of the churches in Osogbo and Ido Osun where the Deputy Governor joined the congregation for the special Thanksgiving  accompanied by two state lawmakers  Hon. Abiodun Awolola and  Hon Lekan Olatunji representing Egbedore and Ife North state constituencies respectively were the Christ embassy, the RCCG Osun province 6, Mega Chapel, C.A.C Oke Isegun, Ido Osun and Gloryland International Christian center where he met the immediate past Deputy Governor Mrs Grace Titilaoye Tomori.

Mr Alabi while speaking at the various churches appreciated the Christian faithful and the entire people of the state for the love and acceptance always shown to the present administration of Governor Gboyega Oyetola.

He described Governor Oyetola as  a blessing of God to the state; he has continued to show serious commitment to the welfare of the workers and the generality of people.

Mr Alabi declared that as Osun is one of the two states after Kebbi that federal government has selected to kick start training on mining development saying this would further complement the effort of Governor Oyetola in providing skills acquisition for the youths for self reliance. About four out of nine technical colleges in the state

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