ODA Reform Committee Seeks Memoranda From Okun Stakeholders

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The eight man committee inaugurated by the president general of Okun Development Association (ODA), Ambassador Rotimi Akenson, has called for contributions from stakeholders.

A statement signed by the reform committee secretary, Hon. Dayo Akanmode, said the call for memoranda from Okun indigenes at home and in diaspora was a way of carrying all stakeholders along in the planned reform of ODA.

The committee, under the chairmanship of a former Secretary to Kogi State Government, Chief Sola Ojo, urged associations, corporate bodies, traditional institutions and other groups to forward their contributions to the committee.

Okun stakeholders sending memorandum were urged to send it via WhatsApp through dedicated numbers: +2348033117960 and +2348033491931.

The Amb. Akenson-led ODA national exco had promised to embark on a comprehensive restructuring of its internal processes and structures of the body 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 Reform Committee was 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.

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