Who is the Commission for health in Ondo State?
Dr. Banji Awolowo Ajaka
Members of the Ondo State Branch of the Nigeria Medical Association(NMA) have assured the State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Banji Awolowo Ajaka of their total and unflinching support for his…
Who is the first governor in Ondo State?
List of governors of Ondo State
|Sunday Abiodun Olukoya||Governor||1990-09|
Who is the current deputy governor of Ondo State?
Lucky Orimisan Aiyedatiwa born, 12 January 1965 hails from Obe-Nla, an oil-bearing community in Ilaje Local Government Area of Ondo State. He is the deputy governor of Ondo state who succeeded Barrister Agboola Ajayi.
Who are the commissioners in Rivers State?
|Commissioner of Power||Shedrack Chukwu||September 2017|
|Commissioner of Social Welfare & Rehabilitation||Damiete H. Miller||September 2017|
|Commissioner of Special Duties||Emeka Onowu||September 2017|
|Commissioner of Sports||Boma Iyaye||September 2017|
How many languages are there in Ondo State?
Edo state includes mangrove-swamp forest near the Bights of Benin. Nicknamed the “Sunshine State”, Ondo State is the 18th largest state in the country. The state is predominantly Yoruba, where the Yoruba language is commonly spoken….Languages.
How many local government are there in Ondo State?
18 Local Government Areas
Ondo State, made up of 18 Local Government Areas is located in the South Western Zone of Nigeria.
Who is Rotimi Akeredolu’s wife?
Betty Anyanwu-AkeredoluRotimi Akeredolu / Wife (m. 1981)
Who is the current commissioner of agriculture in Rivers State?
Rivers State Ministry of Agriculture
|Ministry executives||Onimim Jacks, Commissioner Otonyetarie Okoye, Permanent Secretary Comfort Monima Daddy-West, Director of Agriculture|
Who is the current Governor of Rivers State?
Ezenwo Nyesom WikeRivers / Governor
What is Ondo famous for?
Ondo is Nigeria’s chief cocoa-producing state. Other crops include rice, yams, corn (maize), coffee, taro, cassava (manioc), vegetables, and fruits. Traditional industries include pottery making, cloth weaving, tailoring, carpentry, and blacksmithing.