Federal Government Owes Ogun Over N300 Billion
The Governor of Ogun State, Dapo Abiodun has said that the Federal Government of Nigeria owes the state over N300 billion as money spent on the rehabilitation of federal roads in the state.
THE NATION reports that the Governor said this while receiving the members of Igbobi College Old Boys Association at Oke Mosan office in Abeokuta. Information Guide Nigeria
According to the governor, N13 billion will be needed to fix failed portions of the Lagos-Ota-Abeokuta expressway and N75 billion will be needed to repair the entire stretch of the road.
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The Governor lamented on the deplorable conditions of most of the federal roads in the state and the hardships experienced by residents, travellers, and motorists on the federal roads.
According to THE NATION, Governor Dapo said, “About N13 billion will be needed to fix the failed portions of the Lagos-Ota-Abeokuta expressway, while N75 billion will be required to reconstruct the entire stretch of the road. Our state does not have such amount of money”. Jamb Result
As reported by THE NATION, Governor Dapo, stressed the need for old student associations such as Igbobi College Old Boys Association comprising personalities from almost all parts of the country to partner with the state government in reforming the education sector.
Speaking, the Chairman of the Association, Sen. Lanre Tejuosho said the visit was to familiarise members with the government officials adding that some of the members were interested in investing in the state.
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