The honourable member representing Iseyin/Itesiwaju State Constituency while granting an interview to the CREW of Oduduwa News commends the approval of the reconstruction of Iseyin/Ogbomosho Road project.
Dele Adeola said, “the approval of the construction of Iseyin/Ogbomosho road is a blessing to Ogbomosho, Iseyin, Oke-Ogun and the entire Oyo North Senatorial District. It is a jinx breaking project by Makinde-led administration having been neglected for a decade as this will open up the agro-economic area of the zone, it will bring unity to the Senatorial District, allowing more investors to invest in the zone. Particularly, linking investment opportunities from the Northern part of Nigeria and Oyo North region.”
“I really commend the governor for the giant stride. You will recall that at the inception of my administration as a Representative from the zone, we had a debate at the State Assembly on the need to reconstruct the road and we passed a resolution urging the executive arm to open more roads in the state, rehabilitating the damaged ones and the completion of abandoned road projects.”
“We cannot overlook the economic importance of the road which includes improvement of agricultural activities, establishment of more agro-allied industries along the road, opening up of market opportunities for the northerners and international communities and lastly the creation of jobs for the teeming youths of the state.
I was highly delighted when I heard its approval, it has been a long dream and if this is coming up at a time I am representing my people, I feel so happy that the total transformation and integration of Iseyin into the economic hub of the State is now a reality.”
The Honourable, while appreciating his constituents for the trust reposed in him, on behalf of Iseyin and the entire Oyo North Senatorial District thanks the Executive Governor of Oyo State for the approval of the laudable project. He however expresses his confidence in Seyi Makinde-led administration and vows to uphold his vision in achieving a new Oyo State.