MAPOLY: Ketu Professionals extol Abiodun over sense of justice, calls for collaboration

MAPOLY: Ketu Professionals extol Abiodun over sense of justice, calls for collaboration
Dr Adeoye Odedeji

Professionals of Ketu origin – Yewaland, Ogun State, SouthWest, Nigeria – Friday, extolled the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun, for appointing their kinsman, Dr Odedeji as the substantive Rector of the forty-two years old Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta.

Ketu Professionals appreciated the Governor for his sense of equity, inclusiveness and above all, for given them the craved justice against decades of deprivation of their rights.

In a letter signed by the President and Secretary-General of the Association; Mr Gbenga Fabuyi and Dr Olusegun Olaniyi respectively, the Association heartily expressed her appreciation to  Governor Dapo Abiodun for a fact that Dr Odedeji is the first Rector of the Institution from Ogun West (Yewaland).

“Much more, we are particularly delighted that with the appointment of Dr Odedeji, an indigine of Ketu as the first Rector of the State Polytechnic from Ogun West, you have raised the bar on justice, equity and inclusiveness as hallmarks of governance under your able leadership.

“On behalf of the entire good people of Ketu Kingdom at home and in the diaspora, we therefore like to profusely commend Your Excellency for this yet another bold step taken to promote progress and harmony across the different zones that constitute Ogun State in line with the ideals of its founding fathers.

Please accept the assurances of our highest esteem as we look forward to more collaboration with your government towards the upliftment of our great State”, the letter concluded.

RazorTimes recalls that MAPOLY since inception in 1980 had had eight rectors of which six was from Ogun Central and two from East.

There are Dr Tunji Sonola from Ake Abeokuta, Dr Adebisi Adebayo from Igbore, Abeokuta; Dr Kehinde Jibodu from Remo; Alhaji Waheed Kadiri from Ijaye, Abeokuta and Arc Tokunbo Fowode from Ijebu-Ode. Prof. Oludele Itiola from Owu, Abeokuta; Mr Ayodeji Tela from Gbagura, Abeokuta; and Dr Samson Odedina from Ilogbo, Abeokuta.