HURMA to Gov. Dapo Abiodun: Reverse BBNija Laycon as Youth Ambassador and Return Ogun State Property

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The Human Rights Monitoring Agenda (HURMA) has condemned the recent decision of Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun State for bestowing the honour of a Youth Ambassador on one Olamilekan Moshood a.k.a Laycon, the recent winner of just concluded BBNija Season 5 show.

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Aside the Youth Ambassadorial honor, Governor Dapo also did an open celebration of the boy and later on declared a gift of three bedroom bungalow and N5million for the BBNija winner.

This is a total misplacement of privilege as non of the young, morally upright and hardworking intelligent youth in the nation has ever been such celebrated to further encourage their academic pursuits and moral uprightness.
This Lycon is a person whose moral decadence is been openly condemned on a social media discussion titled “LYCON AND NENGI GOES WILD AT JACUZZI”.

With this action, the Governor of Ogun State has either simply demonstrated to the world, the moral texture he is made up of or wrongly adviced by the choice of taking a negative moral BBNija champion as a Youth Ambassador.
Moreso, Govern Dapo has demonstrated to the electorates that the leadership has gone to the dogs. This singular executive recklessness has completely demystified governance in Ogun State that is known for industry, excellence and discipline. By his latest actions, hedonism has been placed in a front burner as a directive principle of state policy in Ogun state.
He must therefore be reminded that those properties he gave out belongs to the good and industrious people of Ogun State and therefore be withdrawn with immediate effect. The state resources given to a morally bankrupt Lycon could be better invested by establishing over 100 youth in Ogun State on agriculture.

Governor Dapo Abiodun is finally expected to apologize to not only the youth of Ogun State but also the entire national Youth.

Comrade Buna Olaitan Isiak
Executive Director
Human Rights Monitoring Agenda (HURMA)

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2 Responses

  1. You are definitely not okay, tell 3 he should have done, if not commending the good behavior Laycon has portrayed in the BBN

  2. Good! I read in the news that , they gave some best medical students graduated #10,000 each while they were given immorality Laycon #5m, house, car, little and more more benefits in this Nigeria, oga o nawao.

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