Governor Ademola Adeleke has been tasked by the Osun State branch of the Committee for the Defense of Human Rights (CDHR) to make sure that during his tenure in office, the rule of law triumphs over sentiment.
In a statement signed by the state chairman of CDHR, Akinrinade Wahab, the organization pleaded with the governor to prevent the appointment of individuals with dubious morals to his cabinet.
“We at the CDHR congratulate you on being sworn in as Osun State's sixth executive governor because you have demonstrated beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are up to the monumental task that will face your administration over the course of the next four years.
“We recognize that your transitional committee was made up of a diverse range of personalities. Our organization kept a close eye on the Committee to assess their behavior and issue-solving strategies, and we will present our recommendation to your office in the coming two weeks.
“The creation of the Special Advisory Council on Youth Affairs demonstrates your readiness to integrate and strengthen youth capacity into your administration. The council's responsibilities include developing actionable goals on youth empowerment, inclusion, and development.
“Your Excellency Sir, we would like you to be aware that we have carefully outlined your policy statement on local government administration and education and are anticipating seeing your administration put it into practice as soon as possible.
“We, at the Committee for the Defense of Human Rights (CDHR), advise that before giving your approval, you carefully review all developed actionable goals and subject them to criticism. While you should also watch out for any appointments to your cabinet of individuals with dubious morals.