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Governor Biodun Oyebanji of Ekiti State has reaffirmed his administration’s dedication to strategically collaborating with key economic stakeholders nationwide.

Ekiti News reports that the Governor noted that this effort aims to generate more opportunities for citizens and alleviate poverty and hardship in Ekiti State.

The Governor explained that his administration will continue to partner with key development organizations both domestically and internationally to build a robust economic foundation and enable the citizens of Ekiti State to benefit from modern economic opportunities.

Governor Oyebanji made this statement during the investiture ceremony of Mr. Oluropo Dada as the 13th President and Chairman of the Governing Council of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS) in Lagos on Friday.

The Governor who was the special guest of honour at the event, congratulated the new CIS President, Mr Aderopo Dada, an indigene of the state, and expressed confidence in his capacity to lead the institute to greater heights.

Governor Oyebanji urged him to leverage his extensive experience and expertise to revitalize the Institute.

The Governor assured the CIS President of his support and called for strong collaboration between the Institute and the Ekiti State government.

The Governor said, “Today, we celebrate one of our own, Mr. Ropo Dada, whose exemplary leadership and professional excellence have earned him the prestigious position of President of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers. This is a proud moment for Ekiti State, and it signifies the potential and capabilities of our people when given the right opportunities.”

The new CIS President, Mr. Ropo Dada, in his address after taking the oath of office,
expressed gratitude to the members of the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers for their confidence in him.

He acknowledged the support of his family, colleagues, and the people of Ekiti State, promising to uphold the Institute’s values and work towards enhancing the professional standards and growth of the stockbroking profession in Nigeria.

Dada said, “It is an honor and a privilege to serve as the 13th President of the Nigeria Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers. I am committed to working tirelessly with all stakeholders to advance the interests of our profession and contribute to the economic development of our nation.”

The chairman of the event, Chief Wole Olanipekun (SAN), in his remarks, urged other professional bodies and institutions to emulate the smooth transition of leadership in the Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers.

The former Nigeria Bar Association (NBA) President said the transition is devoid of any rancour associated with other professional associations.

Olanipekun also appreciates Governor Oyebanji for always identifying with and supporting Ekiti citizens doing great exploits in their fields of endeavours.

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