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Olodo Bridge: Oyo Assembly Lawmaker, AKT Praises Gov. Makinde, Says He’s A Purposeful Leader

The Lawmaker representing Lagelu State Contituency in the Oyo State House of Assembly, Hon. Akintunde Olajide has extolled the Executive Governor of the State, Engr. Oluseyi Makinde for his laudable dreams of bringing light of democracy into the door steps of every individual in Oyo State.

Hon. Olajide, popularly known as AKT made this known on Saturday while speaking with newsmen shortly after the opening of the first phase of Olodo Bridge for vehicular movement, and ease the burden of road users along the axis.

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The Lawmaker described the good gesture of Governor Makinde as a great commitment of delivering dividend of democracy to the nooks and crannies of the state which in return will pave ways for rapid development and expansion of the State economy.

While further appreciating Engr. Makinde for his vision and unflinching support to his Constituents and entire citizenry of the State, Hon. Olajide said that the construction of 35.6km of Iwo Road – Olodo Bank – Elesingodogbo – Odo Oba would lessen the burden of the people around the community and also boost the economy in the area.

“I will like to appreciate His Excellency, Engr. Seyi Makinde for his purposeful leadership style and the great vision he has for the Pacesetter State. This is another good feat by our Governor , and a demonstration of a sensitive Administration that brings comfort to people and enhance economic growth of the State”

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“It has shown again that he is a God sent to the State. He has proved his love to everyone, irrespective of Political or religious status. You are really a game changer, an hero to many and Icon of the State” he concluded

Recall that the old Olodo Bridge was destroyed by rain on July 4, 2023, thereby causing inconvenience to pedestrians and motorists living along the area . The completed phase of the bridge had however been opened to pedestrians only about two weeks ago, while the facility also opened for the motorist plying the routes by the State Government on Saturday.

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