The revocation is sequel to the report of Oba Kehinde Olugbenle-led Chieftaincy Review Committee, which had earlier submitted its to the Government.
The report faulted the process of the chiefs ‘elevation, citing non – adherence to the laid down procedure as part of the reasons the elevation should be reviewed.
Addressing reporters in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, after the State Council meeting at the Executive Council Chambers, Governor’s Office, Oke-Mosan, Commissioner for Industry, Trade and Investment, Mrs. Kikelomo Longe, said the revocation was in consonance with the legal notice number three of 2019.
“The Council approved the revocation of the appointments of 75 minor chiefs as Coronet Obas in Legal notice number three of 2019,” she said.
The Industry, Trade and Investment Commissioner disclosed that a new, Ministry of Transportation, saddled with the responsibility of handling road, rail, air and sea transport systems in the State, has been created.
She also revealed that three new agencies under the Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban Development, namely, Ogun State Planning and Development Permit Authority, Ogun State Building Production Management Authority and Ogun State Slum Regeneration Authority have also been created.