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Ogun: Governor Abiodun Has Proven Himself As A True Progressive

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Prince Akinlawon Oluwafemi


#BuildingOurFutureTogether is the watchword of the incumbent Governor of Ogun State, His Excellency Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR. 

 The tremendous efforts of Prince Dapo Abiodun in transforming Ogun State to new industrial hub in Nigeria is visible to the blind and audible to the deaf. 

  For the past fifteen (15) months the Ogun State government ably led by Dapo Abiodun has being doing well across all sectors, in which is making the good people of the Gateway State to derive dividend of democracy! 

Recently, the Ogun State government  completed some roads,  in which include; Fajol-Gbonogun road connecting Abeokuta South and Odeda local government, Hospital road and Baruwa in Sagamu Local government.
Nevertheless, some of the ongoing roads construction across the three(3) Senatorial District include: Abeokuta-Sagamu Expressway, Agosasa-Odo Afa in Ipokia Local government, Kuto-Bridge, IjebuOde-Epe road, Alagbole-Akute-Ishasi-Denre road, Panseke-Adigbe road, Lambe-Agbado-Ijoko road, Atan-Lusada-Agbara road, Owode-Ilaro road.

In addition and without mincing words, Prince Dapo Abiodun led Administration has commences the construction of the second (2nd) phase of affordable housing project at Prince Court Estate in Abeokuta. 

Furthermore, the administration had beckons on the production of food which is one of the subject matter of Prince Dapo Abiodun Administration and Ogun state is leading in Agricultural development in Nigeria.

 The Ogun State government also provides employment opportunities to disengaged N-Power Volunteers to become entrepreneurs in agricultural  sector. 

It's not a gainsaying or sweet saying that Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR is One of the Top five (5) most performing Governors in Nigeria.

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