Governor Ademola Adeleke of Osun wants everyone in the state to give their opinions and suggestions about how the government is doing. He believes that by having a good system for people to share their thoughts, the government can become even better at serving the people.
According to a statement from Governor Adeleke’s spokesperson, Mr. Olawale Rasheed, the government recently held a meeting called Ipade Imole in Osogbo. This meeting was designed to create a platform for the public to hold the government accountable and provide feedback on its activities.
Feedback is important because it allows the government to know what the people think and what they want. It helps the government understand the needs and concerns of the citizens. By listening to feedback, the government can make better decisions and take actions that benefit everyone.
If you want to provide feedback to the government, there are different ways you can do it:
1. Attend Public Meetings
Public meetings, like the Ipade Imole meeting, are a great opportunity to share your thoughts directly with government officials. You can ask questions, express your concerns, and suggest ideas for improvement.
2. Write Letters or Emails
You can also write letters or emails to government officials. In your message, you can explain your thoughts, suggestions, or concerns. Make sure to be respectful and clear in your communication.
3. Use Social Media
Social media platforms like Twitter or Facebook can be used to share your feedback. You can tag government officials or use specific hashtags to make sure your message reaches the right people.
4. Participate in Surveys or Opinion Polls
When the government conducts surveys or opinion polls, make sure to participate. Your answers will help them understand what the majority of people think and what changes they should consider.
Governor Adeleke believes that by having an effective feedback mechanism, the government can improve its governance and better serve the people of Osun. So, don’t hesitate to share your thoughts and ideas. Your feedback can make a difference!