Gov. Abiodun Promises Policies, Programmes That Will Enhance Development Of Ota


Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun has promised to continue to formulate policies and implement programmes that would bring more development to Ota and its environs.

Abiodun made the submission during the 5th Coronation Anniversary of the Olota of Ota, Oba (Prof.) Abdulkabir Obalanlege where he restated his administration’s priority and focus on the implementation of the ‘Building our Future Together’ agenda.

Represented by his deputy, Engr. Noimot Salako-Oyedele, the governor added that this would sustain the provision of massive infrastructural amenities across the three senatorial districts in the state.

Furthermore, he noted that the government’s social intervention programme, quality education for all the youth, harnessing the many potentials of the agricultural sector as a viable provider of employment, food security and source of poverty alleviation, among others had impacted positively in the lives of the people.

He said that as enshrined in ‘ISEYA’ mantra of his administration, he believed such will bring genuine development and must be people-centred while emphasising his concern for infrastructure, security, welfare, wellness and wellbeing of the residents.

“Our administration has ensured that no part of our dear state will be developed at the expense of others, particularly in our aggressive infrastructural development programme.

“I am also happy to say that Kabiyesi, through his dynamism, enviable leadership qualities, honesty and sincerity of purpose is succeeding in harmonising the various diverse groups together for the general development of Ota and Aworiland,” he stated.

While congratulating the monarch on the anniversary, the governor stated that Ota has continued to witness rapid growth and development, peace and progress since the ascension of Obalanlege.

He urged him to take cognizance of the cosmopolitan nature of Ota township and ensure peaceful relationship between his people, foreign investors and Nigerians alike.

Abiodun said: I want to use this medium to appreciate guests, well-wishers and the celebrant, and to express my gratitude.”

Earlier in his address, the Chairman, Planning Committee, Hon. Aina Akinpelu said Ota had witnessed tremendous development, peace, unity and harmony since the installation of Obalanlege as Olota.