The Ogun State governor-elect, Prince Dapo Abiodun says the socioeconomic transformation of towns and communities in the border areas between Ogun and Lagos States is utmost in his agenda.
Abiodun, who dropped the hint on his Facebook page Thursday, said his government will establish a joint development commission with Lagos State to in its bid to cater for the affected towns.
The incoming governor also gave the assurance that he will complete all the ongoing and abandoned projects in the state adding that the Ogun State Road Maintenance Agency – OGROMA shall be revived under his administration.
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“In a bid to cater for the socioeconomic transformation of our border areas, WE will establish a Lagos-Ogun Joint Development Commission.
“I will complete all the ongoing and abandoned road projects in Ogun State.
“Ogun State Road Maintenance Agency – OGROMA shall be revived under my administration.”
The governor-elect had earlier on Thursday held a strategic meeting with the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), Ogun State Chapter at the Flour Mills of Nigeria PLC (Golden Pasta Division).
“While at the meeting, we had a detailed discussion on some key issues and challenges currently being experienced by the Manufacturers.
“I believe this engagement will assist our government as we get set to turnaround the investment retention and investors’ attraction drive of Ogun State,” Abiodun said.