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Igbajo/Ada Road to be Completed in 3 months -Oyetola

 Governor Gboyega Oyetola says Infrastructure development is a core component of his administration development Agenda, envisioned as vehicle for speedy economic recovery, transformation and massive investment delivery.

Oyetola who was speaking at the inauguration of Igbajo/Ada road construction said the road is central to the tourism and hospitality potential of the State.
The road which was last touched in the 1987/88 spanning 13.2 kilometers will gulp 1.5 billion naira with the completion period of three months.
“This road is central to the tourism and hospitality potential of our State as it stretches to Igbajo, the home of the Great Kiriji war site, and the ultra-modern Miccom Golf Hotels and Resort, Ada.”
“We are embarking on this road which was last touched in the 80s as part of our resolve to make people’s demands the basis of our policies and implementation. So far, we have demonstrated that our administration’s policies and programmes are driven by citizens’ needs. This road project further bears eloquent testimony to that fact” said Oyetola.
While emphasising that the government will never compromise quality, the Governor urged the contractor to stick to specifications in the construction of the road and deliver it at record time.
He urged the people to take advantage of the road when completed to embark on meaningful agricultural, trading and entrepreneurial efforts for personal development. 
Indigenes of the town, including the State Chairman of APC, Prince Fboyega Famodun Commissioner for Commerce, Bode Olaonipekun and also a former commissioner for Communication and Strategy, Sunday Akere were of the opinion that the construction of the road will bring a new lease of life in education, agriculture, commerce, and industry in State.
The first construction of the road was done under the old Western Nigeria by the then Premier, the late Chief Obafemi Awolowo in the mid-50s and was re-constructed in 1987-1988 by the military government of the Old Oyo State.

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