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Amosun Assures On Completion Of Ongoing Road Projects

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Ibikunle Amosun, Ogun State Governor

Ogun State governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun has assured that his administration would complete all on-going projects before leaving office in May 2019.

The governor who gave the assurance at the town hall meeting held yesterday in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital also attributed the delay in completing the roads to the rainy season, stressing that, “I want a quality job and not a shoddy job. The kind of road that will stand the test of time, which all of us will be proud of”.

Reacting to Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN)’s demand for the construction of road leading to the industrial estate, Amosun said it would cost the state a total sum of N28 billion to be able to reconstruct the industrial estate road.

The governor explained that he is still awaiting the federal government’s response to his request that the road be ceded to his government to enable him alleviate the sufferings of the industrialists as well as that of the people of the area.

Amosun further explained that he had also met with the industrialists doing business within the industrial estate to see the possibility of sharing cost of reconstructing the road on ratio of 60 to 40 per cent between government and the industrialists.

Commenting on the delay in completing the Sango/Agbado/Akute/Ojodu-Berger road which has eight bridges, the governor explained that the road would have been completed but for the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) which has refused to relocate the high tension wires to enable the contractors proceed.

Amosun said PHCN had requested for N2 billion before it could provide the power outage for the five days that it would take the contractor to complete working on the Akuta axis of the road.

“As at today, there is no portion of that road that is impassable except the Akute Bridge. This is because we need to pay PHCN the sum of N400 million per day to give power outage that will enable the contractor to continue work and we need to do that for five days”.

The governor however, solicited the continuous prayers of the people of the state to enable him complete his mission to rebuild the state.



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