Ondo State Governor Aiyedatiwa Commits to Fulfilling Akeredolu’s Legacy
In a resolute declaration, Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa of Ondo State has pledged to accord top priority to the incomplete projects initiated by the late Governor Rotimi Akeredolu.
The commitment was voiced during Aiyedatiwa’s inspection of two ongoing road projects in the state capital, Akure.
Emphasis on Unfinished Projects and Road Redesign
Governor Aiyedatiwa, while inspecting the ongoing dualization of Oda road and the flyover at Onyearugbulem/Irese road, reiterated his dedication to advancing the agenda set by the late Governor Akeredolu.
The completion of Akeredolu’s initiatives holds paramount importance in the developmental goals of the current administration.
Swift Action on Oda Road Dualization
During the inspection at the Oda road dualization site, Aiyedatiwa emphasized the urgency of completing the project before the onset of the rainy season.
Assuring the contractors of government support, the governor pledged to expedite the process, aligning with the administration’s commitment to enhancing infrastructure for the benefit of the populace.
Commitment to Reducing Traffic and Enhancing Connectivity
At the flyover site of Onyearugbulem/Irese road, Governor Aiyedatiwa reaffirmed the government’s commitment to alleviating traffic congestion and improving road connectivity.
Commending the community and contractors for their dedication, he acknowledged the late governor’s vision in initiating the project and promised a swift and successful completion.
Progress Update and Forward-Thinking Infrastructure Development
The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Engr. Allen Idowu, reported substantial progress in the projects, citing the governor’s encouragement as a catalyst for the resumed work.
Regarding the flyover, Idowu highlighted a 40% completion milestone in the construction of piers and foundation work.
He also underscored the foresightedness of including provisions for future dualization in the ongoing infrastructure development.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn