PS Commends Aregbesola On Infrastructure Development As Governor Commissions Workers Drive

By Ismail Kolapo

The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and Transport in the State of Osun, Engr. Nurudeen Adeagbo has commended Governor Rauf Aregbesola on massive infrastructural development across the state.

Engr. Olatunbosun gave the admonition while speaking at the official commissioning of workers drive road in Isale Osun, Osogbo, the state capital.

Olatunbosun commended Aregbesola as he has set a pace for others to follow in areas of massive infrastructural development across the State.

He said that Aregbesola desired to transform the state as he was very much hopeful for a positive turn around in the economy of the state.

Olatunbosun disclosed that Aregbesola approved the payment of a sum of four hundred million naira as compensation to the people whose properties were affected as a result of the reconstruction activities arising from change in both horizontal and vertical alignment of Olaiya -Jaleyemi – Asubiaro – Ita Olokan dual carriage way.

According to him, “Aregbesola cut across the state in construction/reconstruction/rehabilitation of roads, building of new schools (Elementary, Middle and High), Renovation of hospitals, promotion of agriculture, creation of jobs,  provision of safe water for drinking and enhanced transportation”.

“This administration has been able to accomplish all these within available but meager resources through prudent management of funds and budget discipline of Mr Governor – Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola”.

He noted that to sustain this tempo on the provisions of infrastructure facilities, “the good people of the State of Osun must be ready to partner with the government in ensuring development.

Engr Adeagbo urged the people of the state to continue their support for the present administration noting that taxes and other levies payed duely will support the wind of good governance across the State of Osun.

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