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Tuesday, 23 December 2014


The former Commissioner of Youth and Sports in Oyo State, and the immediate past Commissioner for Industry, Applied Science and Technology, who is also the candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) for the House of Representatives for the Ibadan South East/North East Federal Constituency in the next general elections, Mr Dapo Lam Adesina has resigned from the Oyo State Executive Council.
According to his campaign organization, he resigned “in order for him to focus on his electioneering campaign, and in line and conformity with the electoral act which stipulates such for intending aspirants”.
In his resignation letter addressed to the Governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, while thanking him for the opportunity given to serve under him, he assured the Governor of his loyalty, prayers and continued support at all times, and also thanked him for all the support given to him while he was in charge of the two (2) ministries.
He thereafter declared his assets as follows:
(1) A 3 bedroom Bungalow built on a land transferred to him by his late father,Alhaji Lam Adesina.
(2) A 2007 Honda Accord car owned by him since 2011.
(3) A 1999 Mercedes Benz(E Class) owned by his late father.
(4) A Campaign bus owned by his late father.
(5) One Thousand (1000) units of GTB shares.
(6) Thirty Four (34) units of Union Bank shares.
(7) Six Hundred and Thirty Eight (638) units of First Bank shares.
(8) A current account with First Bank,Orita Challenge, Ibadan with a balance of #280,000 (Two hundred and eighty thousand naira only).
(9) A savings account with First Bank,Orita Challenge, Ibadan with a balance of #3,000 (Three thousand naira only).
(10) A current account with GTB, Ring Road, Ibadan with a balance of #16,000 (Sixteen thousand naira only).
(11) A Campaign account with First Bank, Orita Challenge, Ibadan with a balance of #25,000 (Twenty five thousand naira only).
The Dapo Lam Adesina Campaign organization averred that the “declaration is open to public scrutiny and anyone who has contrary opinion or information about any assets not declared should come to the public court on the subject matter.”

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