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Ogun: Sango-Ota residents protest bad roads, accuse Fashola, Buhari of neglect




Residents of Sango-Ota in Ado-Odo/Ota Native Authorities Space of Ogun have staged a protest on Monday, decrying the deplorable state of roads within the space.

DAILY POST recollects that youths within the space had in October 2020 trooped out of their numbers to protest the unhealthy roads with hashtags, #Fixotaroads, calling consideration to the realm

Virtually a yr after, residents of Sango, Ota, Ijoko, Oju-Ore, Joju and others mentioned the situation of the roads had continued to deteriorate as authorities pays no consideration.

Governor Dapo Abiodun had lately blamed the Federal Authorities for refusing to cede the roads to him and Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos.

On Thursday, the State Authorities mentioned a staff of engineers from the Federal Ministry of Works had been on the street for evaluation, expressing confidence that renovations would start quickly.

Nonetheless, it seems residents of Ado-Odo/Ota have run out of endurance as they marched to the road on Monday to name out these in positions of authority.

‘Ogun roads in pitiable situation’ – Residents cry to Gov Abiodun

Armed with placards with inscriptions studying; “Fashola, cease trying away”, “Shey na street be this?”, “Don’t permit Gov Abiodun to kill the goose that lays the golden eggs”, “Repair Ota roads” and others, the protesters expressed anger, saying the city has been uncared for.

They accused President Muhammadu Buhari, Gov Dapo Abiodun, Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, Senator Tolu Odebiyi and Hon. Jimoh Ojugbele of neglect claiming their actions led to the destruction of the roads.

The residents known as on the Deputy Governor, Naimot Salako-Oyedele and different high politicians from the axis to not permit Gov Abiodun ignore the plights of the realm the place the state generates the very best income.

Sango Ota residents additionally appealed to Abiodun to not fold his fingers until the whole lot is destroyed in Ota, lamenting that buyers had been already migrating.


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