Hours after osun.life’s report, Oyetola sends first tweet in 29 days

By Jamiu Ganiyu

Hours after an osun.life report on the digital inactivity of Governor Gboyega Oyetola went viral yesterday, the number one citizen of the state has tweeted for the first time in 29days.

You would recall that osun.life had earlier in a story E-Governance: Osun First Lady overtakes husband written about the unimpressive impression of the Governor on e-governance and how the first lady, Mrs Kafayat Oyetola is doing better.

Governor Oyetola in between an hour tweeted 3 times, the first tweet at 8:43 PM reads;

Today, I was at the Ministry of Interior to pay homage to our former Governor and Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola.

the second tweet which came at 8:55PM was a link to a story published on The Nation Newspapers, it reads;

Oyetola seeks monarchs’ support on tax payment

while the third tweet came in at exactly 9:56PM reads;

Victory is sweet. My colleagues and I were at the Villa today to congratulate our president, Muhammadu Buhari on his victory at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal.

Generally, the public perception was that the Governor was in Osun and that he will be commissioning some of the already completed primary healthcare centres as earlier scheduled and publicised by the state government during the week.

Oyetola’s series of tweets is commendable because it afforded the citizens and the media the opportunity to understand the Governor’s itinerary and activities for Friday, 13th September, 2019.

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