Ijebu Youths President, Fayomi hails Abiodun over construction of Ilese road - NIGERIAN NEWSORBIT


Friday, December 15, 2023

Ijebu Youths President, Fayomi hails Abiodun over construction of Ilese road

The National President of Ijebu Youths Association (IYA) Pastor Okikiola Fayomi has lauded the governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun for helping with the construction of Ilese Ijebu road that has been abandoned for years.

Past Fayomi said the road was not only neglected but had become a nightmare causing the the motorists and commuters using the road untold pain and hardship.

In a statement sent to journalists on Friday morning, Fayomi said he had to visit the site on Thursday and was surprised at the pace and quality of the road project saying that it was a big relief that Gov Abiodun heeded the call of the residents of the area to help fix the road that is crucial to the economic prosperity of the area.

Fayomi, who interacted with the residents and engineers handling the project during the visit said that, he and other executives of Ijebu Youths Association came around to see the good work being done by Gov Abiodun on the road

The statement partly reads "In a significant moment of community engagement, Pastor Okikiola Fayomi, President of the Ijebu Youths Association, led a visit to the ongoing construction site of the Ilese Road. 

"The purpose of the visit was to express gratitude to the Ogun State Governor for revitalizing this crucial infrastructure project after years of neglect.

"The Ilese Road, long abandoned and a symbol of past neglect, is now witnessing a transformation, thanks to the proactive measures taken by the Ogun State Government under the visionary leadership of Governor Prince Dapo Abiodun. 

"Pastor Okikiola Fayomi, accompanied by a delegation from the Ijebu Youths Association, took the opportunity to witness firsthand the progress made on this vital route.

"During the visit, Pastor Fayomi expressed heartfelt appreciation to Governor Prince Dapo Abiodun for prioritizing the reconstruction of the Ilese Road. 

"He acknowledged the impact this initiative would have on the community, unlocking economic opportunities, improving accessibility, and enhancing the overall well-being of residents.

"The President emphasized the importance of collaborative efforts between the government and community leaders, applauding the administration for its commitment to addressing long-standing infrastructure challenges. He highlighted the positive ripple effect such projects have on the lives of Ijebu youths and the community at large.

"As construction activities continue to unfold, the Ijebu Youths Association remains optimistic about the enduring benefits that will be derived from the revitalized Ilese Road. The visit served not only as an acknowledgment of progress but also as an encouragement for sustained commitment to infrastructural development in the region.

"In response, the engineer  on-site expressed gratitude for the association's recognition and reiterated the administration's dedication to completing the project efficiently. The Ilese Road construction stands as a testament to the transformative power of collaborative endeavors between government and community stakeholders, ensuring a brighter future for the Ijebu community.

"This visit marks a pivotal moment in the ongoing narrative of progress and development within the Ijebu region, reflecting the unity and determination of its vibrant youth association and the commitment of the state government to fostering positive change".

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