We’ll not abandon any Project – Amosun

Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun has restated his administration’s resolve not to abandon any on-going project in the State, assuring that he would work till the last day in office.

Amosun who gave this assurance in Abeokuta, during the Executive Council meeting said, “Politics will not slow us down, as it is time to fully go back to work. The construction of the Ogun State Television (OGTV) Complex, Ogere International Market, the 250 bedded ultra-modern hospital, Abeokuta City Centre, new Makun City and other road projects would be completed and commissioned by President Muhammad Buhari in May this year”.

Amosun who thereafter led the Executive Council members and Permanent Secretaries on inspection tour of some major projects in Abeokuta, the State capital said, projects like the International Airport at Wasimi, may not be completed due to time constraint, saying, ‘’I will follow it up while in the  Senate, though it is a Federal Government project”.

The Governor while appreciating members of his Cabinet for their selfless efforts in the rebuilding mission said, “we will continue to work our talk and finish strong”.

Meanwhile, Labour leaders who were recently reinstated by Governor Amosun, have visited him to appreciate his magnanimity.

Accompanied by the Chairman, Trade Union Congress (TUC), Comrade Bunmi Fajobi, to the Governor’s residence in Abeokuta, the Ogun State Chairman of the Nigerian Labour Congress, Comrade Akeem Ambali said, “the past is gone and a new era is here”.

Ambali disclosed that the visit was to thank the Governor for forgiving the erred labour leaders and bringing everybody together in love, noting that four union leaders were recently reinstated, while 31 leaders had earlier been recalled, bringing the number to 35.

Speaking on the promise of the Governor to offset outstanding deductions before leaving office, Ambali said, “We believe that the Governor will fulfil his promise this time around, he was very specific as to when he will start paying”.

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