The Governor of Ogun State, Dapo Abiodun, has kicked off discounted rice sales to civil servants, showcasing his unwavering commitment to prioritise the welfare of the state’s workforce.

The event was held at the Civil Servants Farmers’ Market, ‘Oja Irorun’, located at the Governor’s Office in Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta.

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Photo from the event

Governor Abiodun was well represented by the Head of Service, Kehinde Onasanya.

According to him, the occasion was a significant step in the state government’s ongoing efforts to improve the living standards of Ogun State workers.

Ogun State Gov. Praises Workers

The governor praised the workers’ dedication and commitment to service, which he noted contributed immensely to his administration’s success.

“Ogun State civil servants’ dedication and hard work form the bedrock of the progress and prosperity of our dear state.


“We recognise this invaluable essence of workers to the actualisation of the policies and programmes of the state government.

Hence, the administration has graciously approved the sale of high-quality bags of rice at discounted prices exclusively to the workforce.”

Also, Abiodun urged workers across Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) to fully take advantage of the opportunity.

He advised them to embrace the state government’s good gesture.


Fuel Subsidy

During his welcome address, the Head of Service, Kehinde Onasanya, was represented by the Permanent Secretary, Bureau of Establishments and Training, Lydia Fajounbo.

Fajounbo expressed her gratitude to the government for the initiative.


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According to her, it is one of many aimed at cushioning the effect of the fuel subsidy removal.

The Head of Service urged workers to acknowledge the government’s generosity.

This is by diligently fulfilling their obligations and cooperating to enhance the State’s progress.


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