A group called the Center for Responsive Governance (CRG) has criticized Governor Ademola Adeleke for the unnecessary delay in reviewing the suspension of some monarchs in Osun State. Last year, Governor Adeleke suspended over 20 monarchs, including the Aree of Iree, Owa of Igbajo, Akirun of Ikirun, and Olupo of Oluponna. He then set up a review committee to look into the process of their appointments. The committee submitted its report in March of this year, but the state government has not taken any action on it.
During a recent meeting, Governor Adeleke was unable to provide a specific timeframe for resolving the issue, even though he confirmed that the white paper was ready. The delay in reviewing the suspended monarchs is unfair to the people of the towns and cities affected. The governor’s inaction is simply
The Center for Responsive Governance is concerned about the delay in resolving the suspension of the monarchs. They believe that justice delayed can lead to justice being denied. The group questions why the governor is taking so long to act on the review committee’s report. They argue that the delay is not in the best interest of the people.
The pressure group is urging Governor Adeleke to take immediate action on the review committee’s report. They believe that the suspended monarchs deserve a fair and timely resolution to their cases. The group emphasizes that justice should not be delayed any further.
The delay in reviewing the suspension of the monarchs in Osun State has been criticized by the Center for Responsive Governance. They believe that justice delayed is justice denied and that the governor’s inaction is unfair to the affected towns and cities. The pressure group is calling for prompt action to resolve the issue and provide the suspended monarchs with the justice they deserve.