Governor Adeleke Announces State-Wide Registration Of Osun Citizens With Special Needs 

Kamil Aransi, the Special Adviser on Special Needs, announced that Governor Ademola Adeleke has directed that all Osun citizens with disabilities must be duly registered without a fee.
This was made known via a statement personally signed and released to newsmen on Friday, May 24, by the special adviser.
Aransi disclosed that the ten-day registration exercise would commence from Monday, May 27, 2024, to Friday, June 7, 2024.
According to Aransi, the registration would assist the government in knowing the precise number of people with special needs, especially in terms of wants and demands such as physical, sensory, cognitive, and intellectual impairments.
He stated that it would help the government to plan and cater for them rightly, in clear deviation from the past.
He further stated that the main purpose of the registration is to be able to identify and provide necessary support for people with special needs and to create an inclusive society where everyone has equal opportunities to thrive.
Aransi, while describing Governor Ademola Adeleke as a compassionate leader, stated that his principal is clearly obsessed with people with special needs, and he really wants to make positive changes that would be a clear departure from norms.
He added that the data gotten from the registration would help the state and concerned ministry develop targeted programs and services, ensuring that individuals with special needs receive the necessary support and resources to lead fulfilling lives.

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