– Akure (Oda, Ijoka) dualization, Owo dualization, Arigidi-Ogbagi Akoko, OAUSTECH internal roads, others to receive speedy attention
– 60km selected roads for rehabilitation/asphalt overlay across the State
Ondo State Governor, Hon. Lucky Aiyedatiwa, has ordered all contractors handling road projects across the state to immediately return to site to work towards timely completion of the projects.
This is coming in addition to the approval given by the Governor for the rehabilitation and asphalt overlay of 60km roads across the State within the next three months.
Governor Aiyedatiwa, who had promised that all ongoing infrastructural projects in the State would be completed, directed the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure to mobilise contractors back to site to speed up work on the projects for early completion.
The Governor expressed the determination of his administration to hit the ground running with the implementation of policies and programmes of government as scheduled to budget, assuring on timely payment for jobs done by contractors.
The projects to receive urgent attention, as directed by Mr. Governor, include, but not limited to, the following:
1. Completion of Owo township dualization
2. Completion of Oba Osupa – Oluwatuyi – Ijoka (Akure) dualization
3. Completion of Oda dual carriage (Akure)
4. Completion of Akure flyover (Onyearugbulem-Shagari-Irese)
5. Construction of 15.89km selected roads in Ondo township
6. Construction of Arigidi – Ogbagi Akoko road
7. Construction of internal roads in Olusegun Agagu University of Technology, Okitipupa
8. Construction of Emure-Ile – Eporo road
9. Rehabilitation/Asphalt overlay of 18.65 selected roads in Akure
10. Construction of selected roads in Akungba Akoko
11. Construction of selected roads in Igbobini, Ilaje
12. Reconstruction of Oritaobele junction – Okeodu, with spur to Ipinsa road/Maronu street
13. Rehabilitation/reconstruction of Alagbaka GRA roads
14. Rehabilitation of Bolorunduro – Fagbo Road, etc.
Relaying the directive of Mr. Governor to the contractors handling projects in the State during a meeting in Akure on Thursday, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure, Engr. Allen Idowu, Said the Governor has expressed readiness to ensure that the needed resources are made available on time to encourage them.
The Permanent Secretary said the contractors have expressed their willingness to speed up their projects to meet up with the deadline set by the Governor, adding that the officials of the ministry have also been mobilized to play their parts.
Prince Ebenezer Adeniyan,
Chief Press Secretary to the Governor of Ondo State.
January 13, 2024