The Ogbomoso Youths for Good Governance Movement (OYFGGM) conducted a comprehensive orientation session on January 14, 2024, aimed at acquainting newly screened members with the organization’s vision, mission, and ongoing restructuring.
During the orientation, it was emphasized that the movement’s motto, “GOOD GOVERNANCE FOR ALL,” encapsulates their commitment to fostering positive change in Nigeria through advocating and evangelizing good governance in Ogbomoso. Members were reminded that the organization, though young at two years, boasts vibrant and resilient youths dedicated to breaking chains and making waves in Ogbomosoland.
The leadership highlighted the need for committed individuals, both financially and physically, as the movement undergoes a restructuring phase. Attendees were encouraged to carefully consider their commitment to the cause, understanding that the organization relies on its members for sincere commitment.
It was emphasized that the movement’s focus is to transform Ogbomoso by sensitizing the youth for rebirth and instilling a sense of purpose. The ultimate goal is to benefit all and sundry in Ogbomosoland.
As the organization looks forward to its second-year anniversary, which will be held in February 2024, the orientation served as a platform to rally like-minded individuals, fostering a sense of unity and dedication among the newly screened members. The commitment of these individuals is crucial for the movement to achieve its mission of promoting good governance in Nigeria, as the attendees are informed that the organization is a standard organization with a strong structure called the OYFGG MOVEMENT ORGANOGRAM, which comprises the convener, secretary, boards of directors, zonal coordinators, and local coordinators with specific roles for each.
Closing the orientation, the convener, Abiodun Sunday, ADEDIRAN, emphasized discipline and devotion, making it clear that a nonchalant attitude won’t be accepted. Wishing all members success in their endeavors, the convener highlighted the importance of collective dedication for the movement’s success as he appreciates all attendees for making it a point of duty to attend the Orientation course.
ADEDIRAN, Abiodun Sunday