Ileogbo-Iwo Road: Engr. Tajudeen’s Synergy is a Catalyst for Development – Amobi
The reconstruction of the old Ileogbo-Iwo road is a catalyst for rapid growth and development of Ayiwola Federal Constituency of the State of Osun.
This was disclosed yesterday by the honourable representing Iwo/Ayedire/Ola Oluwa federal constituency of Osun State at the Federal House of Representatives, National Assembly, Abuja, Hon. Yinusa Akintola Amobi at the commissioning of a 3.84km Ileogbo-Iwo road reconstructed by Engineer Abel Tajudeen Adeleke of Olode’s compound, Ileogbo.
Amobi, while addressing journalists shortly after the commissioning in Ileogbo, the headquarters of Ayedire Local Government, described the synergy of the sponsor with the state government as a catalyst for development needed in modern time to achieve a collective desired results which is the hallmark of Governor Gboyega Oyetola administration.
Amobi lauded the Governor for giving timely express assent to the reconstruction, noting such is a further indication of a leader thirsty of improved living for his people and the state.
He equally commended Engr. Tajudeen for making him proud, praying for sound health and protection to enjoy the fruit of his humanitarian services.
He stated his joy knows no bound for the reconstruction, noting that the last attention on the road was his effort 20years ago as the capacity chairman of Ayedire Local Government.
According to him “My contribution 20 years ago, precisely in 1999 as the council chairman of Ayedire was the last full construction of the old Ileogbo-Iwo road. And ever since then, we have not seen any full development until the advent of a philanthropist with the seal and commitment to serve his people, who care about what to do for government and not always what government we do for them.
His actions and this laudable achievement is inspirational to so many wealthier people who care not to do anything for their community”