Wednesday, November 25, 2020

The Oyo state house of assembly, on Tuesday 25th if February 2020 ,directed the executive arm of government through the the Board of Internal Revenue Services and office of the Accountant General to conduct an inventory of all sources of revenue in the state.

The direcive came to fore after the lawmakers considered a motion brought to the floor of the house by Hon. Akintunde Olajide representing Lagelu State Constituency, titled: “An Appeal to the Citizenry to Contribute to the Smooth Running of the State Through Prompt Payment of Taxes, Levies and other Dues to the Government.”

The house after a coss delibration on the motion, charged the Executive arm to empower all revenue generating agencies with adequate and necessary logistics and tools to enhance their performance.

While ruling over the motion, the speaker, Oyo state house of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Adebo Ogundoyin, constituted a 6-man Ad-Hoc committee to critically look into the alleged loopholes in the internally generated revenue of the state, including levies, fines and penalties and get back to the house within 14days.
TRACK-UP…

In a similar vein, the house, after considering a motion presented to it by the honorable representing Afijio State Constituency, Hon. Seyi Adisa, on reoccurring gridlock in the state, directed the Oyo state Ministry of Works and Transport and the Oyo State Road Traffic Management Agency (OYRTMA) to within two-weeks put an effective mechanism in place to curb the incessant traffic congestion in the state.

According to Hon. Adidas, “The negative habit of indiscriminate parking of motorists and inadequate organized car and motor parks has seriously militating against the efforts of the management team and officers of the Oyo State Road Traffic Management Authority (OYTRMA) and Oyo State Road Maintenance Agency (OYSROMA), who are noted for effective discharge of their duties.

“It is very important for the state Government to come up with policies aimed at regulating road side parking, encouraging road side etiquette and providing conducive parking spaces in the state,” Hon. Adidas stated.

In support of the motion, the minority leader, Hon. Asimiyu Alarape commended the Oyo State Road Traffic Maintenance Agency on their effective maintenance of road activities in Akinyele area of the state.

He appealed that such competence should be directed towards the vehicular activities inother towns of the state such as Sabo in Ogbomoso and Ile-ikara in Oyo town.

In the same vein, Hon Ayo Fatokun also applauded the tireless efforts of the OYRTMA in curbing to the barest minimum the congestions caused by motorists, noting that with increased tempo, the congestions still continues in specific places in Ibadan, such as Iwo road, Sango, beside the police station, Mokola round about and U.I gate.

He added that, one of the benefits of the motion is that, it will serve as a great source of revenue generation for the government.

While passing the resolutions, the Speaker, Hon. Adebo Ogundoyin, urged the executive arm of government through the Ministry of Public Works and Transport and Oyo State Road Transport Maintenance Authority (OYTMA) to come up with policy mechanism and endorsing Public Private Partnership arrangement for car parks in order to ensure discipline culture on roads, as well as free flow of traffic in the state.

The state Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism was also urged to embark on orientation for road users on road regulations, statutes and the state non-tolerance posture to breaching of road rules and regulations.

Assembly Constituted a 6-Man Ad-Hoc Committee to Critically Look Into The Alleged Loopholes IGR of The State.

The Oyo state house of assembly, on Tuesday 25th if February 2020 ,directed the executive arm of government through the the Board of Internal Revenue Services and office of the Accountant General to conduct an inventory of all sources of revenue in the state.

The direcive came to fore after the lawmakers considered a motion brought to the floor of the house by Hon. Akintunde Olajide representing Lagelu State Constituency, titled: “An Appeal to the Citizenry to Contribute to the Smooth Running of the State Through Prompt Payment of Taxes, Levies and other Dues to the Government.”

The house after a coss delibration on the motion, charged the Executive arm to empower all revenue generating agencies with adequate and necessary logistics and tools to enhance their performance.

While ruling over the motion, the speaker, Oyo state house of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Adebo Ogundoyin, constituted a 6-man Ad-Hoc committee to critically look into the alleged loopholes in the internally generated revenue of the state, including levies, fines and penalties and get back to the house within 14days.
TRACK-UP…

In a similar vein, the house, after considering a motion presented to it by the honorable representing Afijio State Constituency, Hon. Seyi Adisa, on reoccurring gridlock in the state, directed the Oyo state Ministry of Works and Transport and the Oyo State Road Traffic Management Agency (OYRTMA) to within two-weeks put an effective mechanism in place to curb the incessant traffic congestion in the state.

According to Hon. Adidas, “The negative habit of indiscriminate parking of motorists and inadequate organized car and motor parks has seriously militating against the efforts of the management team and officers of the Oyo State Road Traffic Management Authority (OYTRMA) and Oyo State Road Maintenance Agency (OYSROMA), who are noted for effective discharge of their duties.

“It is very important for the state Government to come up with policies aimed at regulating road side parking, encouraging road side etiquette and providing conducive parking spaces in the state,” Hon. Adidas stated.

In support of the motion, the minority leader, Hon. Asimiyu Alarape commended the Oyo State Road Traffic Maintenance Agency on their effective maintenance of road activities in Akinyele area of the state.

He appealed that such competence should be directed towards the vehicular activities inother towns of the state such as Sabo in Ogbomoso and Ile-ikara in Oyo town.

In the same vein, Hon Ayo Fatokun also applauded the tireless efforts of the OYRTMA in curbing to the barest minimum the congestions caused by motorists, noting that with increased tempo, the congestions still continues in specific places in Ibadan, such as Iwo road, Sango, beside the police station, Mokola round about and U.I gate.

He added that, one of the benefits of the motion is that, it will serve as a great source of revenue generation for the government.

While passing the resolutions, the Speaker, Hon. Adebo Ogundoyin, urged the executive arm of government through the Ministry of Public Works and Transport and Oyo State Road Transport Maintenance Authority (OYTMA) to come up with policy mechanism and endorsing Public Private Partnership arrangement for car parks in order to ensure discipline culture on roads, as well as free flow of traffic in the state.

The state Ministry of Information, Culture and Tourism was also urged to embark on orientation for road users on road regulations, statutes and the state non-tolerance posture to breaching of road rules and regulations.

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