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Infrastructural upgrade, rights of the people says Governor Akeredolu

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Ahead of the 1st Year Anniversary of the Oluwarotimi Akeredolu Administration, ongoing projects across the Northern Senatorial District of the state have been inspected.

The inspection team led by the Ondo State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, had the Secretary to the State Government, Hon. Ifedayo Abegunde; Acting Chairman of APC in the State, Engineer Ade Adetimehin, members of the State Executive Council and other appointees of the State Government in the Senatorial District.

In each town visited, jubilant residents made the convoy of the governor pull-up to acknowledge their cheers.

In Ifon, in Ose Local Government where 2.3 kilometres township road network across Ogbonmo to Hawlett Streets and Ajegunle including roads network within the palace were inspected, the Olufon of Ifon, Oba Israel Adegoke led his chiefs and prominent sons and daughters of the ancient town to welcome the governor.

Oba Adegoke, regretted the neglect of his town by the past administrations upon which the roads became impassable. He appreciated Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu for keeping to his electioneering campaign promises.

In his response, the governor said the provision of life changing projects for the people were their rights and not necessarily ‘ dividends of democracy’ .

While thanking contractors handling various projects across the state for moving to sites without initial payment of mobilization, Arakunrin Akeredolu stated that despite paucity of funds,towns and communities in the state would have their priority needs met within the life span of his administration.

The governor’s announcement to take care of the outstanding #1.5million electricity bill to enable BEDC reconnect the town to the national grid for power supply elicited spontaneous jubilations from the youths who informed the governor that the town had been in darkness for over four years.

At Elegbeka, also in Ose Local Government Area, the governor inspected the newly constructed six block of classrooms and another renovated six block at St. Andrew Primary School in the community famous for its agricultural produce market.

The new look of the school compound now fenced has power supply through solar energy, borehole, befitting toilets and offices with fan fixed in each classroom and offices.

While the Olu of Elegbeka and his chiefs appreciated the governor for the turn around in the school, the Senior Girl of the school had her request for a Secondary School immediately granted by the governor with the commencement of a Junior Secondary for the community beginning from the next academic year.

Supare, Oka and Ikare all in Akoko  were other places visited by the governor.

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