Where is Dapo Abiodun , as bad roads torment Ogun communities

It has become such an horrible sight and experience for motorists, cyclists and other road users in Ogun State as the state is heavily plagued with many road in deplorable conditions which begs the question if there’s a commitment on the path of the Government to fix these roads.

Over the years, the have had to daily use these deplorable roads which is making life no easier for them. Many roads in the communities are impassable, and the residents are complaining.

Navigating through some of these roads, especially the Ala Irete, Igbile town, Ikise axis and the Ikorodu road which link to ijebu on a daily basis is like passing through hell.

Each day, motorists and commuters groan on the road. It’s a regular occurrence for passengers and motorbike riders to fall into the murky waters perpetually domiciled on the roads.

Many of the roads in the state has over the years suffered negligence and high maintenance ; it will be noted that many of these roads where constructed during the era of the Late Obafemi Awolowo
Proper road network is not only needed to ensure the safety of the people but also to open way for industrial growth in a society, it’s the hope and prayers of the good people of Ogun State and other road users from neighboring state that the executive governor of Ogun State looks into this challenge and see to the fast fix of these roads.

One Reply to “Where is Dapo Abiodun , as bad roads torment Ogun communities”

  1. The deplorable conditions of d roads could better be imagined!Saying they make life unbearable for d users,is an understatement.Some months ago when d state govt.claimed they wanted to repair these roads,we were happy as we believed&expected d govt would keep to d promise.Till today,d story has been same.Residents are afraid to go out.When we do,returning home is a nightmare.Driving even within Abeokuta,d capital city of d state,is so terrible!Our governor must wake up.

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