Ogun State Commissioner for Information & Strategy, Otunba Dayo Adeneye

Ogun State Ministry of Information and
Strategy says it is irrevocably committed to repositioning the State back to
its old glory through reawakening of the people to embrace the State’s core

 The State Commissioner for
Information and Strategy, Otunba Dayo Adeneye stated this while defending the
ministry’s  N610m  2017 budget estimate before the members of the
State House of Assembly Committee on Finance and Appropriation led by Hon.
Akanbi Bankole at the Assembly Complex, Oke Mosan, Abeokuta.

Adeneye, who assured that the new fiscal year would see to improved service,
said the Ministry being the public relations agency to all arms of government
would continue to serve as the channel in two-way means of communication
between the government and the governed.
said that the Ministry would make copious use of various strategies that could
be effectively used to mobilize the entire citizenry for positive development,
noting that efforts were in top gear to ensure the branding of the State to
leverage on the successes achieved on developmental projects.

His Excellency, Governor of Ogun State, Senator Ibikunle Amosun

‘’the Public Address Equipment (PAE) Vans available at the ministry have
continued to give impetus to official programmes by providing needed publicity
for government activities and we have been able to expand our feedback units by
providing more phones and increase the staffs of the unit.’’ .the Commissioner

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 Otunba Adeneye further disclosed that the ministry intended to upgrade its
editing suite to fit into OGBC and OGTV digital compliance, installation of new
equipment like Digital Cameras, Projectors for monitoring and efficient service

His Excellency, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, Governor of Ogun State with Chief (Mrs.) Erelu Ojuolape Ojora (R) and Dr. Seye Kehinde of City People Magazine at a Public Lecture

  The next financial year according to him, would also see to the creation of the
Ministry’s Digital Colour Photo Laboratory to promote quality service delivery,
disclosing that he had proposed a total of N150m as capital expenditure for the
Further breakdown of the ministry’s budget indicated that recurrent expenditure
stood at N260m; while N200m would take care of overhead.