Home Politics Infrastructural Revolution: Hon Tolu Bankole hails Gov. Dapo Abiodun

Infrastructural Revolution: Hon Tolu Bankole hails Gov. Dapo Abiodun

Infrastructural Revolution: Hon Tolu Bankole hails Gov. Dapo Abiodun

 … Says the giant infrastructural revolution must continue 


Joel Oladele-Abuja


A member of the National Working Committee of All Progressives Congress, APC, Hon Tolu Bankole has hailed the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun, for the ongoing giant infrastructural revolution in the gateway state.


Hon Bankole made the statement on Monday November 14, as the Governor commissions the Arepo-Journalist Estate Road Project constructed with interlock paving stones to ease transportation for commuters and citizens of the state.

“Everywhere you turn in Ogun State, you find projects. Indeed, many are wondering where, in the face of the national economic downturn, he has been getting money to execute the massive projects that is fast turning the gateway state into a massive construction site. And as Governor Abiodun builds roads, so does he build housing estates, rehabilitate schools and equip hospitals. He is maintaining peace and stability, preparing Ogun for the future.


“In Ogun Central, the Abiodun government built the Obantoko road, Ikoritameje Adenrele/Olose Titun Vespa road, Idi Aba-Oke Lantoro road, the Abeokuta-Shagamu expressway, the Channels TV road in Isheri, Panseke-Adigbe road, the flyover bridge at Kuto, Lafenwa Rounder-Ayetoro road, Adatan Gbonagun road, Arepo road (for which members of the press had agitated for years), Somorin Kemta-Idi Aba road, Osoba-Toyin Agbado road, Itori junction road, Olomore Sani road and the Akute-Ishasi road.


“If you are familiar with places like Old Bank road-Oritameje Coker, Mowe Ofada, Siun, Sango Rounabout to Ijoke bridge and Oke Aro-Ojodu, you will have noticed the ongoing road projects there.


“For those in Ogun East, communities such as Oru-Awa Ilaporu, Molipa, Fusigboye, Ayegun, Ojofa, Asafa Oke and Asafa Isale know the difference that the Abiodun administration, which has also completed work on the Iregun-Ilisa road, Idarika street road, Olabisi Onajole road and Araromi Sokoto street road, has made in their lives.


“Among others, the administration has completed the Esure-Ijebu Mushin road, Igan road, Ekinrin-Idowa-Ibefun-Itokin road, Awujale road, Ijebu Ode-Epe/Sagamu Benin interchange flyover bridge, Molusi College road, Ilishan market road, Iperu-Rounadbout Ode phase 2, Obafemi Awolowo Way-Mada Takete and the Molipa-Ibadan road, among others. Residents of Oyingbo, Olisa, Saka Ashiru, Togburin, Agodo, Tigara, among others, know the relief that building their roads has brought to their communities.


” They can attest to the work done in other areas, including the Sagamu Ode Lemo road and the Ikenne-Ilishan Ago Iwoye road. In Ogun West, it has been projects galore from Ikola to Osi Ikola, from Raypower road to Igbesa-Ejinla road; from Imshai-Igan to Ayetoro; and from the Ilaro-Owode road, the Oke Ola road in Imeko, the Ilashe Koko-Alari road and the Ado Odo-Ikoga road. The ongoing work in these communities are ennobling, as are the works in Atan-Lusada-Agbara-Marogbo, Singer to Toll Gate, among others.” Bankole stated


In his goodwill message at the commissioning, Alake and Paramount ruler of Egba Land, Oba Adedotun Aremu Gbadebo, gave credence to the magic touch of Governor Abiodun’s giant strides.


The royal father pledged the community’s support for the reelection of the governor.


“We are grateful to our Governor, this road that is waterlogged and impassable that we thought it is irreparable, we thank God is now wearing a new look.” The host Kabiyesi, Oba Solomon Atanda Oyebi of Arepo Land, could not hide his joy as well: “Many people thought it would be impossible to construct this road due to its waterlogged surface but Governor Dapo Abiodun is God sent to fix it and we are all grateful.” Alake said.


The statement further stated that Governor Dapo Abiodun infrastructural revolution in Ogun State is enough testimony to reiterate that Ogun State is in good hands and the giant strides must continue.


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