Reconstruction of Papalanto-Ilaro-Sagamu Road to begin soon, Abiodun assures
The Ogun State governor, Dapo Abiodun, has disclosed that discussions between his administration and the Federal Government had reached advanced stage for the reconstruction of Papalanto–Ilaro–Sagamu Interchange Road.
This is just as he said that the ongoing construction work on the Ilaro-Owode Road was deliberately broken into sections to speed up the rehabilitation.
Abiodun disclosed this, at the weekend, during the 11th Synod of the Diocese of Yewa, Anglican Communion, in Ilaro. The governor, at the synod with the theme, “But, They That Wait Upon The Lord,” declared that “there is probably no local council in Ogun West where construction is currently not going on.”
Abiodun, who also said his administration would be inaugurating the Imasayi Road in Yewa North Local Council later in the month, added that roads in Imeko and Ipokia would also be inaugurated in the next three weeks.
He, however, urged landlords in the state to ensure that they know their tenants well enough, declaring his administration would not hesitate to demolish any property found to harbour kidnappers and other criminals.
In his charge, the Diocesan Bishop, Diocese of Yewa, Rt. Revd. M. A. Oluwarohunbi, commended the governor for running an all-inclusive and participatory government.
Also, Chairman of the occasion, Senator Solomon Adeola, represented by his Special Adviser on Media, Kayode Odunaro, commended the governor for his approach to governance , saying: “I am happy with the current state of development in Ogun.”
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