Residents of Akure have hailed the presentation administration over its genuine determination to make all roads accessible and motorable in Ondo State.
Some of the residents while speaking with journalists in Akure , the state capital said the Hospital dual carriage Road down to Alaafia Taye is unprecedented by governor Akeredolu ‘s administration in the history of the state.
Others believed that the ongoing Oda dual carriage road is another testimony of a serious government that doesn’t play politics with good governance, saying once the road is completed, it would improve the socio economic well-being of the people.
“We are very impressed with what we are seeing, it takes a serious government that is committed to embark on these projects. It shows a government that is willing to fulfil its electoral promises to the people.we have been suffering from the deplorable situation of these roads for a long time. We thank the governor for coming to our aid at this critical time. He should continue to do his work without listening to any distractions and he should equally help us tell the contractors to increase the pace of work because of the raining season.We are happy that Asphalt overlay has commenced in Hospital Road and the dust we experienced on daily basis on the road would soon be a thing of the past.”
Another resident of the area ,an octogenarian woman Mrs Mary Omolafe who expressed delight on the project thanked governor Akeredolu for fulfilling his electoral promises to the electorate.
Other road users including a motorist Mr Gabriel Simeon And furniture designer Mr Segun Akomolafe said once the road is completed, it would improve the socio economic well-being of the people.
Some community Leaders also said, the gesture is an attestation of another promise kept by the governor.
The contractor handling the Project Foundation Construction Company FCC said the road would be completed on scheduled by February this year.
He stressed that, the road is being constructed in line with global best practices that would stand the test of time.