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Ogun Assembly Minority Leader Lauds Amosun’s Development Initiatives

The Minority Leader of the Ogun State House of Assembly, Hon. Olawale Alausa has lauded the Senator Ibikunle Amosun-led administration, for rehabilitating  the Adeola Odetola road, in his Ijebu-Ode jState constituency, just as he appealed for the rehabilitation of more roads in the area.


Alausa who, spoke under Personal Explanation at the plenary presided over by the Speaker, Rt. Hon. Suraju Ishola Adekunbi, applauded the present administration’s infrastructural drive, especially road construction and rehabilitation,  stressing that massive investments in infrastructural development had improved on the socio-economic development of the State, requesting for rehabilitation of the Ijagun/ Odogbolu road, to ease human and vehicular movements.


On her part, a member representing Yewa South State Constituency, Hon. Julianah Akintayo sought for an immediate  rehabilitation of Owode Yewa-Ilaro road,  before the rainy season, which according to her links major towns and cities in the State, to the border area.


Responding, the Speaker assured that, the present administration was irrevocably committed to the development of all parts of the State to attract more business investments, assuring that the infrastructural development train would soon be extended to other parts of the State.


Also, the Assembly has felicitated with Alhaji Abidoye Amosun on the occasion of his 70th birthday celebration, describing him as a worthy elder Stateman, whose fatherly contributions to governance in the State had led to the successes of the rebuilding mission.


In another development, members of the Assembly also observed a minute silence in honour the late Chairman of Afon Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Hon. Micheal Ogunesan, extolling his virtues as a true progressive democrat.


Speaker Adekunbi, described his demise as a great loss to his community, the LCDA, Ogun West Senatorial District, the State Chapter of the All Progressive Congress (APC) and the entire State.


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