You will recall that the state governor, Gov. Dapo Abiodun recently said that the abandoned road project by his predecessor, Sen. Ibikunle Amosun had been reevaluated and redesigned for construction, and his administration would soon begin its construction with drainages.
Finally, the palliative works on the road commenced. As the Commissioner for Works, Engr. Ade Akinsanya visited the site of the project. Assuring motorists that the major construction of the road will begin immediately after the rainy season.
Furthermore, he stated that the road is part of the economic linkage that the present administration had penciled down to revitalise to make life easier for the residents of the state in the axis, and also to ensure uninterrupted access to the neighboring state, Lagos.
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