Abiodun offers contractor 2-week ultimatum to finish highway


Barely every week after dealing with heavy criticism over the deplorable state of roads, Ogun State Governor Dapo Abiodun, on Monday visited a number of troubled spots and issued a marching order to the contractor dealing with the development of the Denro-Ishashi-Akute highway to finish the mission inside two weeks.

The governor additionally introduced that work would quickly start on the Alagbole-Ajuwon and Akute-Ajuwon roads in Ifo Native Authorities Space. Different roads slated for contract awards embrace Hercules Giwa (Oke Aro Rd), sections of the Akute-Ijoko highway, and the highway resulting in Yakoyo.

Abiodun had not too long ago trended on social media, significantly on X (previously Twitter), as customers posted photos and movies of horrible highway situations throughout the state, expressing their frustration and anger.

Throughout an on-the-spot evaluation of roads in communities bordering Lagos State, Abiodun highlighted the almost three-year-long delay within the Denro-Ishashi-Akute highway mission and insisted that the contractor mobilise to the location instantly to make sure completion throughout the stipulated two weeks.

“My pledge is that I’ve come right here at this time to see issues for myself. There are two roads which can be significantly essential to our folks. To begin with, the Denro-Ishashi-Akute highway, I’ve given the contractor a marching order that the highway should be accomplished within the subsequent two weeks, asphalt and the bridge,” he mentioned.

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