Abiodun pledges infrastructure development for Ogun residents in 2024

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In his New Year broadcast on Monday in Abeokuta, Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun, conveyed a strong assurance to the residents of the state, promising an unprecedented wave of infrastructure development in the year 2024.

Acknowledging the challenges faced by Nigerians in the preceding year due to the nation’s precarious economic situation, the governor commended the people for their resilience in the face of adversity.

Governor Abiodun urged the citizens to approach the new year with renewed hope, emphasizing that his administration was diligently working to enhance the quality of life for the people of Ogun State. Expressing gratitude for the collective resolve shown during the challenges of 2023, he promised a redoubling of efforts to address the needs of the populace with sincerity, humility, and integrity.

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The governor pledged to govern with unwavering dedication, ensuring equity, inclusiveness, and accountability while upholding the rule of law. Abiodun highlighted the administration’s commitment to infrastructure development, particularly in the transportation sector. He revealed that over 500 kilometers of roads had been constructed or rehabilitated across the state, contributing to improved transportation and connectivity. The multi-modal transport master plan, encompassing land, air, water, and rail modes of transportation, was also mentioned.

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Governor Abiodun drew attention to the Gateway Agro-Cargo airport project, set to commence passenger and cargo operations in the first quarter of 2024. He described it as a world-class airport and economic enabler that would generate over 25,000 job opportunities. The governor emphasized the equitable distribution of development projects, spanning all 20 Local Government Areas in the state.

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Having signed the 2024 Budget, titled ‘Budget of Sustained Growth and Development,’ into law, Governor Abiodun reassured the residents that his commitment to their well-being, welfare, development, and prosperity remained steadfast. He called for continued support and prayers from the people, assuring them that his government would fulfill all the promises made during the campaign and electioneering processes leading up to the 2023 general elections.

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