Nigeria/May 15, 2019/Agency Reporter /No Comment/123 views /nigeria Ogun commissioner resigns from Amosun’s cabinetshare on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancelThe Ogun State Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs, Chief Jide Ojuko, has resigned his appointment. Ojuko, in his resignation letter dated 15th May, addressed to Senator Ibikunle Amosun, said his decision to quit the cabinet in less than 14 days to the expiration the out going government, was as a result of a directive from Amosun asking him to install some traditional rulers in Ota communities against his “conscience.” The former commissioner said he left the cabinet as a show solidarity with his kinsmen in Aworiland, saying “the directive runs against myconscience, the wish and yearnings of my people that I represent.” Ojuko explained that he was forced to take the decision in order to be at peace with his people from Awori stock, reiterating his loyalty with Amosun. The statement reads in part “Firstly sir, let me wholeheartedly thank you for the opportunity given me to serve in your government during your second tenure as a governor. I must confess it is a golden and very rare opportunity and for life I shall remain grateful. ALSO READ: I’m rediscovering my love of men, says talk show host Wendy Williams “However Sir, it pained me from the bottom of my heart to give a notice of my resignation to a boss I love so much. “By my appointment, I represent my people from Awori stock, my Local Government and the entire State. After service, I will have no choice than to go back home and settle down with my family and my people with total peace of mind. Recent events are making me to believe that this plan may not be feasible if I have to continue serving in my present capacity as the Honourable Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs. The ultimate, therefore, is that I shall become an outcast among my people. At my age this avoidable. ALSO READ Man Utd Vs West Ham: Solskjaer facing defensive crisis ahead of clash“Sir, by my background as a Civil and Public servant, my training is to be obedient and loyal to my boss, but your recent directive on the issue of Obaship in some areas in Ota State Constituency runs against my conscience, the wish and yearnings of my people that I represent.” Leave A Comment Below Related Tags:nigeria share on: FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Tumblr Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancel previous articleMorocco’s DGSN to Celebrate 63rd Anniversarynext articleMozambique: PM – Main Task Remains Guaranteeing Assistance to Cyclone VictimsRelated Posts443 shares Nigeria/May 26, 2019 /No Comment Why unions are after me, NAN Managing Director opens upNigeria/May 26, 2019 /No Comment Onaiyekan prays against ‘bad advisers’ for Buhari – The Nation NewspaperEmefiele: CBN has no multiple exchange rates – The Nation NewspaperNgige advises states no to delay minimum wage payment – The Nation NewspaperSenate, House ‘rush’ to amend EFCC Act – The Nation NewspaperSupreme Court goofed on Zamfara verdict, APC NWC meets MondayGhanaian varsity offers $40,000 scholarship to UTME best, Ekene – The Nation NewspaperAir Force strikes neutralise scores of bandits in Zamfara – The Nation NewspaperNNPC posts $490.03m export of crude oil, gas – The Nation NewspaperAgenda for incoming governments – The Nation Newspaper Leave a Response Cancel reply CommentName Email Sign me up for the newsletter! Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.