“My two remaining months, a long distance” Says Amosun


Ibikunle Amosun, the Ogun state governor said on Monday that the remaining two months of his tenure is like that of the last lap of a long distance race

The Ogun state governor said the next two months was a time for him to gain more strength and speed towards obtaining the medal

The governor said this while speaking with newsmen shortly after inspecting some semi – urban roads under construction in the Ogun – East Senatorial District .

The governor described himself as a national athlete, representing the country in long -distance races such as 500 metres, 5,000 metres and 18,000 metres.

Amosun resumed office in 2011 and got re-elected in 2015. His eight years in government would end on May 29.

His candidate, Adekunle Akinlade of Allied People’s Movement (APM), was defeated in the March 9 governorship poll.

He made efforts to ensure that none of the projects initiated by his administration was abandoned; The governor led members of his cabinet, including Permanent Secretaries to inspect the Ijebu- Imushin/ Owu -Ikija , Balogun- Kuku, Ikangba , Italapo, Degun and Oke -Aje Market roads.

“All the drainages are ready; we are now ready for asphalting. All our landmark projects, such as the 250 -bed ultramodern hospital, the Judicial Complex, the Ogun State Television Complex, Ogere International Market, Ogun State Polytechnic, Ipokia and the Adire/Kampala Modern Market would be completed and inaugurated by President Muhammadu Buhari,” Amosun said during the inspection tour.

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