Call For Infrastructural Development In Odeda, An Open Letter To Ogun State Governor, Prince Dr. Dapo Abiodun
A CALL FOR INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN ODEDA LOCAL GOVERNMENT.
Warm greetings to our amiable Governor of Ogun State Nigeria, Prince Dr. Dapo Abiodun M.F.R. We acknowledge your Sterling leadership qualities which have brought in lots of gains for the state, even though, the people are still yearning for more.
The enormity of the State’s challenges rest squarely on you and you have been tackling them headlong as a born leader that you are.
It’s said that uneasy lies the head that wears the crown, the reason we will continue to pray for you to succeed in most of your programs and policies if not all.
Sir, permit me to draw your attention to one of your cardinal agenda with the people of Ogun State which is INFRASTRUCTURE.
Infrastructure is developed to enhance public health and safety, provide jobs, foster regional economic development and lot more.
Our dear leader, I want to use this piece to call your attention to the deplorable state of roads in Odeda local government and environs, of more concern is the road within Odeda community, the entry into the town from Ibadan and Abeokuta vice versa.
Construction of roads within Odeda community was awarded by the last administration but was abandoned some months after you assumed office. Roads within Odeda local government does not show that it is a local government at all.
Also, there is need for infrastructral facilities like good borehole water, stable electricity supply and also the renovation of public primary and secondary schools under Odeda local government as it will be interest of good governance in Ogun State in terms providing quality Educational system for both the rich and the poor.
I trust and immediate action will be taken about this. Once again, we appreciate you and your team for the excellent job you are doing in the State. Thank you, sir! Long live Ogun State!!!
A concerned writer and a good governance advocate from OLABISI ONABAJO UNIVERSITY, AGO IWOYE, OGUN STATE NIGERIA.