AJOSE COMMUNITY ELDERS GROUP (AJOCEG) APPEALS AGAIN TO PRINCE DAPO ABIODUN MFR, GOVERNOR OF OGUN STATE ON ALA-OMU ROAD - THE NEW DAWN ONLINE

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Sunday, June 27, 2021

AJOSE COMMUNITY ELDERS GROUP (AJOCEG) APPEALS AGAIN TO PRINCE DAPO ABIODUN MFR, GOVERNOR OF OGUN STATE ON ALA-OMU ROAD



Ajose Community Elders Group (AJOCEG) at their extra ordinary meeting held on Saturday, 26th June, 2021 at the Office of the Olomu of Omu in Omu, Leguru LCDA, Ogun State made a passionate appeal to the people's governor to use his good office to fix what has been described as the most deplorable roads in Ogun State — Ala-Omu Road. In a press statement issued on Sunday, 27th June, 2021 by the publicity Secretary of the group Chief Sikiru Ogunlana.

The meeting presided by the chairman of the group, Alhaji Otunba Abayomi Samusideen Adelaja, the Jagunmolu of Omu land and have all the Obas and Baales of various towns on the linking roads of Ala to Omu to include the Olomu Of Omu, Oba Engr Mobolaji Mosuro. Also in attendance was the Kobowore of Jobore, the Olu of Ala, the Baale of Ibido, the Baale of Erebe, who is the secretary of the group and other Baales, heads of various towns, other notable and distinguished personalities who are representatives of various towns that make up AJOCEG are also members of the group. Other members of the group are Otunba paseda, the man people call WESCO Bobadara, the Ashiwaju of Igbile etc.

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The group having discussed the deplorable condition of the roads and its attendant effects on the businesses of people in the area, its negative effects on the various higher institutions on the Ala-Omu Axis, the rate of destruction of vehicles passing the road, appealed to the governor of Ogun State to come to their aid.

The group said "Ala-Omu Road has become unpassable, the condition of the road is an eyesore and this has cut off various communities in the strech from other local governments around ogun state. Access to Ijebu ode has become complex. Businesses are being moved outside these adjoining towns while students studying in various higher institutions on these stretch are groaning and suffering in silence. We appeal to our governor who promised to take care of the welfare of everybody in Ogun state irrespective of the area should please come to our aid. We are being confronted with lack of government presence in these areas that have been neglected since 2011. It is that bad that we cannot but cry out again".

The group thanks Channel Television for thier efforts on airing their 'save our soul' (SOS) cries having seen the condition of the road the last time they also plied the road too.

The group said "it is to our excitement and joy to see Channels Television airing the deplorable road network, having noticed the pathetic condition of the road and knowing the discomfort it will be on the populace living in the adjoining towns. We will continue to thank the reputable station and also call on the station not to abandon thier efforts as nothing has been done on the dead trap and collapsed road".

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The group appreciates what the Ogun State Governor has been doing in other places of the state, he's been fulfilling his promises but we want the governor to fulfil his pledge too made at the convocation of Tai Solarin College of Education, where the students, staff, dignitaries and community leaders were told that the Ala- Omu road will urgently receive Government attention.

The group said "We have seen the Governor doing a lot in other areas of Ogun State. Infact he has been fulfilling pledges made to those areas but alas the promises made by him to us all in our area has not been fulfilled. His Excellency promised us this road would receive urgent attention and this he restated during the convocation ceremony of the students of Tai Solarin College of Education. But till today, the promise has not been redeemed. We plead and most passionately too that His Excellency, Prince Dapo Abiodun comes to our aid and ensure this collapsed road is reconstructed ."

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