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Good News for the residents of Sango, Ifo and it Environs in Ogun State, This is what Happened.

The Ogun state government under the leadership of His Excellency Prince Dapo Abiodun has once again assured the citizens and residents of the state on his effort and commitment of repositioning the state most especially in the infrastructural sector.

 This was made know through the Commissioner of works and infrastructure of the state, Engr. Ade Akinsanya while addressing the journalist shortly after inspecting the palliatives work currently going on in Ojodu Abiodun, Akute in Ifo local government area of the state. 

This is a cheering news to the residents of Ifo and it environs because of the state of the deplorable roads which had caused accidents, gridlocks and even most road users had deserted the road, as the road is a vital economic road that leads the state to Lagos state 

The government will commence work on the 4.6 kilometer road immediately after the current raining season in order to make it motorable. As the current palliative is just a temporary measure to reduce the hardship of the residents and road users. 

He emphasised that palliative works would be done on Ojodu Abiodun-Denro Ishashi-Ajuwon-Akute Alagbole-Yakoyo, and Alagbado-Oke Aro-Lambe-Matogun Roads and their environs.

In his words the commissioner also emphasized that "There will be a brand new road linking this place to Lagos. It is a 4.65 kilometre road. At the same time, the road coming from Sango to Akute here where you see the bridge - that also will be done," 

This is a welcome development and its long overdue and we hope that they keep to their promises to make the road a motorable and smooth one for the benefits of the masses and to boost the economic activities of the state. 

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