Abiodun’s campaign train hits Ijebu East, commissions Esure road

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Ogun State governor, Dapo Abiodun, on Thursday, commissioned the Esure Road in Ijebu-Mushin, Ijebu East Local Government Area.

The official commissioning of the road was part of the governor’s tour to Ijebu East Local Government.

Speaking at the event, Governor Abiodun said that the light-up-the-rural-areas project of his administration would commence in earnest with the distribution of electricity transformers and solar system this week.

He vowed that people in the hard-to-reach areas in the state would experience a new lease of life with the provision of electricity in their respective communities.

He said the construction of the 2.1kilometres Esure road was in keeping with the promises he made in 2021 during the campaign for the local government election.

The governor noted that the road, apart from linking the first College of Health Technology in the state, would reduce the wear and tear of vehicles plying it, calling on the people to maintain it.

He also urged  the people to collect their Permanent Voter’s Cards before the January distribution deadline and elect competent leaders.

In his welcome address, Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Akin Adesanya, said the road was part of the administration’s inclusive policy to ensure that all parts of the state benefit from developmental projects.

He said the road which was built to standard, would reduce the stress motorists go through while boosting the economy activities in the area.

Chairman, Ijebu East Local Government Area, Wale Adedayo, appreciated the governor for reconstructing the road, pleading with him to help in providing access road in Yemoji area as the axis is currently witnessing increased development.

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