The Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria, Ogun State Area Unit has appointed Ustadh Yahya Abiodun Hassan as the new Amir (President) to manage the affairs of the organisation in Ogun State for the next three years.
The appointment of Ustadh Hassan was announced after the dissolution of the former Executive Cabinet headed by Mallam Saheed Hamisu at a state congress held in Sagamu.
Other members of the executive are: Ustadh Miftaudeen Rufai, Vice-President Training, Ustadh Sadeeq Uthman, General Secretary, Mr Tijani Misbahudeen Public Relations Officer (Media Affairs), Dr Yinusa Ganiyu, Public Relations Officer, (Inter-organisational Affairs) and Hajiya Hafsah Ibrahim, Coordinator, Female Affairs, among others.
Speaking at the Conference, Dr Yinusa AbdulGaniyy, a lecturer in the Department of Business Administration, Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) Ago-Iwoye, enjoined the newly-appointed executive to pursue developmental agenda.
AbdulGaniyy said MSSN impact has not been significantly felt in the state, urging the executive to run an inclusive administration.
The don enjoined them to complement the efforts of Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun in developing the state.
In his inaugural speech, Ustadh Hassan said he accepted the mandate as a divine and clarion call to national service adding that, he will discharge his responsibilities within the framework of Quranic and Prophetic guidance.
Youth development, he said, will be the utmost focus of his administration, adding that youth development is key in achieving good governance, societal transformation and national development.
He extended the hands of cooperation to the dissolved cabinet, saying “I appeal to all members of the dissolved Executive Members to come and let us work together to take this great society to a greater height.”