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Oyo Governor-elect Oluseyi Abiodun Makinde gets certificate of return Updated for 2021

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Updated: February 25, 2021


The governor-elect in Oyo state, Oluseyi Abiodun Makinde, has received his certificate of return from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

Makinde would be replacing governor Isiaka Abiola Ajimobi, a former Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of the National Oil and Chemical Marketing Company a subsidiary of Shell Petroleum, Nigeria.

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He is businessman, philanthropist, an engineer and a subject matter expert on fluid and Gas Metering.

He was the Group Managing Director of Makon Group Limited; an indigenous oil and gas company in Nigeria.

Makinde established his first oil and gas private business called Makon Engineering and Technical Services, (METS) at the age of 29 in the year 1997, after earning years of work experience with international oil and gas companies.

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