A file picture of Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde.
The Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde, has signed the Oyo State Anti-Corruption Bill 2019 into legislation.
The invoice which was handed by the State House of Assembly final week lastly bought approval and has turn out to be lively with the assent given by the governor.
Governor Makinde described the transfer as a sign of his readiness to implement probity and accountability.
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Mr Makinde instantly after his assent, transferred the legislation to the Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice, Professor Oyelowo Oyewo for additional administrative actions.
The Governor had, as a part of preliminary declarations upon assumption of workplace, declared that the State below his watch would set up its personal anti-corruption company to make sure probity, accountability and good governance.
While signing the invoice into legislation Governor Makinde mentioned there may be nothing to be fearful of because the anti-corruption legislation has been domesticated to carry governance nearer to the grassroots and guard the sources of the state in the identical method.
Makinde added that the legislation has no political colouration simply as corruption and underdevelopment don’t have any political leanings.