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Osoba returns, meets Ogun exco members

By Eniola Daniel
09 December 2021   |   3:39 am
Former Ogun State governor, Chief Olusegun Osoba, has charged Governor Dapo Abiodun to focus more on projects and programmes that would be of great benefit to the people of the state.

Scores Abiodun high on road construction, health, education, security

Former Ogun State governor, Chief Olusegun Osoba, has charged Governor Dapo Abiodun to focus more on projects and programmes that would be of great benefit to the people of the state.

Osoba gave the charge, yesterday, at his Lagos Ikoyi residence, while receiving members of the State Executive Council, who paid him a welcome visit on his arrival from the United Kingdom (UK) after a successful knee surgery.

The former governor expressed delight with the level of development, especially in the areas of road infrastructure, education, health and security, saying: “Ogun is lucky to have a man who is focused and have the interest of the people at heart.

“I want the governor to please continue to focus on projects that will benefit the people. I know he is doing very well on road construction and other sectors, more attention should also be given to security. 

“The governor was the first to visit me after my arrival. He showed me what he is doing in the state like the Atan-Agbara road. He is determined to construct the Agbado road. He is also doing massive housing projects to take care of the middle class.”

He, however, urged Abiodun to remain resolute in executing sustainable projects across the state.
Osoba, while appreciating the state executive members for supporting the governor in his quest to reposition the state, promised that he would always support the governor through words of advice when and where necessary.

The leader of the delegation and Secretary to the State Government, Mr. Tokunbo Talabi, described Osoba as an elder statesman who has the interest of the state at heart. He appreciated God for his successful surgery.

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