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Vice President Lauds Makinde’s Infrastructure Devt Strides

The Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, has commended the Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde, for his commitment towards infrastructural development of the State. THIS DAY reports.

The vice president gave the commendation on Wednesday at the commissioning of the new Oyo State Governor‘s Lodge located in the Asokoro district, Abuja, Federal Capital Territory.

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The vice president who opened the new Oyo state Government Lodge in Abuja, said, “I congratulate you on the many infrastructure projects that you have undertaken in Oyo State that we have seen.Information Guide Nigeria

“I was in Ibadan just last week and I was taken around by the Secretary to the Government, Mrs Olubamiwo Adeosun, for an event for commissioning. We saw the new auditorium at the University of Ibadan and the giant steps that you have already taken in Oyo State.

“Indeed, this building joins the legacies of the continuous improvement in the lives of our Oyo states, people and, of course, Nigeria and the importance of greater possibilities for our collective betterment.”

Also, in his comments, Makinde thanked the Vice President for putting aside political differences to grace the occasion.

They gave reasons why the state needed a new Government Lodge, saying it is the same as the question to an inquiry on why Nigeria needs an embassy in countries where she has diplomatic relations.

“Abuja is the seat of government in Nigeria and states’ functionaries visit Abuja.

Given the frequency of these visits in the long run, having a government lodge in Abuja is more cost-effective than paying for accommodation every time.

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On why the State chose to embark on the project, he added, “We did not want to wait until the Federal Capital Territory Administration demolishes the structure because it is dilapidated or had been a nuisance to the Asokoro landscape before we took definite action. The project has to be prioritized because the time has come.”JAMB Result

He described the edifice as a beautiful product, “Befitting Oyo State as the pacesetter state and providing suitable accommodations for any liaison that we have to carry out in Abuja, especially in our drive to attract more investments to our dear state in the next four years.”

He further noted that the execution of the project was partly in fulfilment of his promises during the campaign for his re-election.

“As I promised during my swearing in 2019, our administration will build on programmes of past administrations that were structured properly and will be beneficial to the masses of Oyo State.NYSC Portal

“We have brought the affairs of governance by this mantra, and this is why, for the past four years, one of the key features of infrastructure development in the Oyo States has been reviving moribund facilities.

“During my campaigns, I promised to continue to work for the good people of our state to the last day of our present tenure. Well, it is about five days to the end of this tenure and we have not stopped working,” he added.

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Essien, Goodnews is a gruaduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo, Uyo; Currently working at Infoguide Media as a news writer.

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