Iseyin Group Appreciates Makinde for Approving Reconstruction of Abandoned Iseyin-Oyo Road

Iseyin Group Appreciates Makinde for Approving Reconstruction of Abandoned Iseyin-Oyo Road

….Says Osinbajo Lied To Iseyin People During 2019 Campaign

Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State was on Saturday commended for approving the reconstruction of the long-abandoned Iseyin-Oyo road.

The approval was consequent upon the decision of the State executive council on Tuesday, which deliberated on the project and gave its nod for the reconstruction of the federal road.

Ebedi Frontliners, Iseyin (EFI) gave the commendation after an emergency meeting which members held at the Aseyin palace in Iseyin on Saturday.

A statement issued after the meeting and signed by the Public Relations Officer (P.R.O), Alhaji Segun Fasasi said the governor has kept fate with his electioneering campaign promises, parts of which is the completion of Moniya-Iseyin road.

The group said It was sad that the federal government, to whom the road belonged has long abandoned it, among other federal facilities in Oke-Ogun region.

“Our people in Iseyin never forgot one good turn, we are grateful to Governor Seyi Makinde and will surely pay you back at the appropriate time.

“We remember that the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo was here during the 2019 election campaign and it is on record that he promised that the federal government would immediately start the reconstruction of Iseyin-Oyo road, but till now, we did not see any sign of such, thank God for this Governor.”

Ebedi Frontliners, Iseyin (EFI) capped on the people of the community to cooperate with the government in its efforts towards curbing insecurity and promoting infrastructural development in the State.

The group saluted the efforts of Aseyin of Iseyin, Oba Dr. Abdganiy Salaudeen Adekunle Oloogunebi, Ajinese 1, in forestalling insecurity in the community and its environs.

They pledged their loyalty to the monarch and called for concerted actions to take the ancient town to the desired height.