By Olufemilade Oyinade
Monarchs and Residents of Yewa North Local Government Area have described infrastructural developments in Ogun State within the two years of Governor Dapo Abiodun’s administration as tremendous as different parts of the state are being transformed.
The Abepa of Joga Orile, Oba Adeyemi Adekeye and the Aboro of Iboro, Oba Gabriel Salako appreciated Government’s intervention on long abandoned 13km Imasai, Igan-Okoto, Ayetoro roads, saying it would aid movement of commuters area to other parts of the state and link to Lagos as well as Republic of Benin.
Alademeso of Igan-Alade, Oba Gabriel Olalowo and his counterpart in Igan-Okoto, Oba Mukail Salako also expressed gratitude to the Governor in health sector as health facilities and ambulances were procured in each 20 Local Governments in the State, coupled with recruitment of some health personnel.
With these the Monarchs said the State would soon become a destination of choice for persons in quest for qualitative medical care which would afford indigent people access to free and qualitative health care services.
Also, the Alaye of Ayetoro, Oba AbdulAzees Adelakun, appreciated government for renovating dilapidated structures and procurement of instructions materials in schools across the 236 Wards of the State, with recruitment of 1,500 teachers.
On their own, former Councillor of Igbogila/Obese Ward, Hon Afolabi Olugbenga and the Chairman Amalgamated Commercial Motorcycle Riders Association of Nigeria (ACOMORAN), Mr Rasaki Ogundeji lauded Prince Dapo Abiodun’s various interventions on roads and health sector, pleading for rehabilitation of more roads and adequate security of lives and property.
They pointed out that the present administration’s feat on infrastructure has brought unprecedented developments to the State, promising unfliching suport for he Governor.