“I assured residents and road users that we will make the route usable for the general public as soon as possible,” Governor Dapo Abiodun says.
He said this during the weekend inspection of the ongoing reconstruction of Akute-Denro-Ishasi-Oluwakemi Road in Ifo LGA, and also assessed the Lambe-Ijoko stretch.
But during this Inspection of projects in Ifo LGA, Governor Dapo Abiodun had fun greeting a woman he met there with an elbow bump.
The yet-to-be identified woman also made it very interesting with expression on her face as who has been waiting for years for this greeting.
He also dropped by to buy a roasted corn from a seller in Ifo LGA, which shows that Dapo Abiodun does not discriminate people. See some comments from people:
“This is good News, God bless you immensely as you commence reconstruction of those roads.”
“Thanks so much Your Excellency for your visit to Oluwakemi-Denro-Ishashi-Akute earlier today🙏.We appreciate the ongoing road reconstruction and look forward to its completion for the use of the general public. It’s going to be a huge relief from the very long years of suffering.”
You can read more comments from the screenshot beneath!
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