ODA Appoints Barr Shola Ojo, Prince Akanmode, Prof Ikupolati, Others to Reform Okun Devt Association

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The apex body uniting the Yoruba speaking people of Kogi state, Okun Development Association (ODA), has appointed a former House of Representatives member, Barr Shola Ojo, as Chairman of its reform committee.

Other members of the committee are: Prof. Mike Ikupolati, Barr Mrs Justina Abanida, Chief Mrs. Lizzy Doyin Ibikunle, Chief Mrs. Iyabo Abore Mni, Mr. Tunde Ipinmisho, Chief Kehinde Obasaju and Prince Dayo Akanmode, the committee secretary.

This was made known by Amb. Akenson Rotimi, President General of ODA, in an official communication on Tuesday.

According to Amb. Rotimi, the newly inaugurated National Executive Council of Okun Development Association is poised at urgently embark on a comprehensive restructuring of its internal processes and structures to ensure that it is operating efficiently and effectively.

This, according to him, may involve streamlining decision-making processes, improving communication channels, and enhancing transparency and accountability within the Association.

The President General noted that members of the committee comprises of a diverse group of individuals with expertise in various relevant areas.

“The members include representatives from the legal, financial, and community sectors, as well as individuals with experience in governance and organizational development. This diverse composition ensures that the committee benefits from a wide range of perspectives and insights.

“The Reform Committee has been tasked with reviewing the current structure and operations of ODA to identify areas for improvement. The committee will also develop and propose strategies and initiatives to enhance the effectiveness of the ODA in delivering its services and programs to Okunland,” he said.

The President General urged the reform committee to submit its report in three months because of the importance and the urgency attached to the expected outcome.


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