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Ogun: Rejoicing as Abiodun Committees Road, Hospital in Abeokuta

There was bountiful celebration for the people of Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State, as Governor Dabo Abiodun commissioned the 7.2 km Fagol-American-Gbonagon road and a primary health center in Itoko also in the state capital.

Speaking at the initiation of the two projects, Governor Dabo Abiodun said the Fagol-Ajegunle-Osara-Gbonangon road, which cuts across communities in the South Abeokuta and Oedida Local Areas, was among the many long-abandoned roads his administration has constructed through the region. The three districts of the Senate in Ogun.

He said the roads are fundamental to the social and economic development of the state.

“The completion of the Fagol Junction-Ajegunli-Usara-Gbonangun road is gratifying. This is one of the roads that has demanded attention for more than two decades, and has been given priority attention to roads, such as hospitals and other projects abandoned by our ancestors. All these projects have been funded with the money of the payers Taxes and we can’t allow them to be in bad shape all the time because of politics.”

“This 7.2 km road is a reliable alternative route and will surely bring relief to the residents and travelers in this area by reducing the traffic congestion that occurs daily on the always busy Ibadan-Abeokuta Road,” he said.

Abiodun noted that the newly constructed road apart from further expanding the economic activities of the area by facilitating access to it, helps in controlling erosion and flooding in the axis.

The governor revealed that the road had been recommended by the people for reconstruction, saying that many of these projects across the state implemented by his administration had restored people’s hope and confidence in the government’s ability to achieve good governance.

Governor Abiodun assured that his administration would not relinquish the status of Abeokuta as the capital of the state, stressing that his administration would not rest until all the bad roads were put in good condition.

Speaking at the Itoko Health Centre, Prince Dabo Abiodun said his administration remains a focused and steady government with great concern for the social and economic well-being of the citizens.

“As a matter of fact, this administration has zero tolerance for poor healthcare expertise and services.

This underscores the continuous investment in infrastructure that has been made to date for the upgrade across all sectors. In the area of ​​health, we have employed healthcare, including consultants at our 3rd healthcare facility, Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital; Across all of our secondary facilities, general, state and private hospitals with the upgrade of over 100 primary health centers across 20 LGAs. This is what we call the hub-and-spoke approach and we plan that in all of our 236 wards we have at least one primary health care center.”

Ogun: Rejoicing as Abiodun Committees Road, Hospital in Abeokuta

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