By Imam Moromoke
The Kwara South Development Organization (KWAYORG) has confirmed the resignation of its Pioneer President, Barrister Titilope Akogun.
This disclosure was made via a statement jointly signed by the Secretary and New Media Director of the Organization, Ridwan Elemosho and Saeed Tijjani and made available to Journalists on Monday, in Ilorin.
Elemosho, who confirmed receipt of the resignation letter said Akogun cited the need to avail other agile Kwara South young individuals to contribute their quota meaningfully, to the collective project of rebuilding our dear region for the prosperity of all necessitate his stepping aside from his position.
The statement read in parts as follows;
“This is to kindly tender my resignation as the Founding President, Kwara South Youth Development Organization (KWAYORG), an office I have held since 2018.
It is my pleasure that I have been able to contribute meaningfully especially on human capital development and advocacy for sustainable development of young people in our dear region amid prevailing and recurring challenges.
“I thank all our fathers, mentors, Board of Trustee members, Central Executive Committee, All Committee members appointed at the 2021 Annual General Meeting, and every young person in our region who had supported us in the quest to rebuild Kwara South.”
“I feel it is time to say goodbye while availing other agile Kwara South young individuals to contribute their quota meaningfully, to the collective project of rebuilding our dear region for the prosperity of all.”
Our best is yet to come! Wish the Organization the very best going forward.”
The Organization through the Secretary, Elemosho said ;
“While we wish the outgoing president success in his future endeavors, we hope he will continue to lend his voice to matters of Kwayorg and Kwara South in general.”
“We also hope he will ensure a smooth transfer of Kwayorg documents and assets to the new transition heads as we continue to build a strong and viable organization.”
And according to its Constitution, in the absence of the President, the Vice President takes over the mantle of Leadership with immediate effect.
The executives wish the New Acting President, Mr. Ariyo Stephen success in his new role and charged him to take KWAYORG to a point of envy.