Ogun Governor Promises Residents Of Ijoko/Olambe/Akute Of Motorable Road Before December

Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun state has assured the residents of Sango Ota/ Ijoko/Olambe/Akute/Alagbole that one side out of the existing dualized section of the 32km road lanes will be reconstructed/palliative before December.


The Governor who visited the area on recently, commended the residents for their patience despite the harrowing experience they have daily commuting through the bad road said the 32km road will be fully constructed in phases.

Also, Abiodun said though the Ota/ Sango Abeokura road belong to the federal government, but the sense of urgency he attaches to the road was borne out of his desire to ensure that people who have been hitherto neglected for years in the area feel the impact of government during his administration.

According to him, one lane of the 32 kilometers road from Sango Ota through Ijoko to Alagbole will be done between now and December to ensure that motorists and other road users who ply the road daily do so without stress which has been their lot for years. 

He, however, gave the contractor handling the road marching order to ensure that the December deadline for phases 1 and 6 and palliative set for the project is achievable.

Meanwhile, Mrs Anike Anifowoshe, a popular trader in the area said; "this road used to be very bad. I have been doing my business in this area for more than ten years now and the road keep getting bad without attention from the government. I am happy that our governor, after we cried out to him the last time he came here, has decided to do something. You can see that the road is now passable.

Also speaking, a commercial motorcycle rider, who ply the Sango-Ota-Ijoko axis, Mukaila Balogun, appreciated the state governor for his efforts at putting the road in good condition. He said" my brother, if you had come here about a month and half ago, you have seen the pain we went through on daily basis. There were big craters on the road. We had to abandoned the main road and struggle withe people on the walk way. My brother, it was very bad".

Mr. Jide Ofor, a truck driver with a plastic industry in the area, said, "this road which goes all the way to Ijoko, Alagbole to Lagos State is very important to the economy of this state and Nigeria as whole. It is not suppose to be in this terrible condition. There are many industries in this axis but the poor condition of this road has made some to locate to other places. My own company is also planning to leave but with what we are seeing, maybe the management will change their minds".

For a commercial bus operator, Wasiu Oloyede, " this road as cost we bus and taxi drivers a lot. The money we make is spent on repairing our vehicles. My brother, it is like working for the mechanics all due to the bad condition of this road. Anywhere, we thank God that finally, we have a government that is listening to our cry and complains and we are seeing the repair work going on.

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