Isiaka laments deplorable condition of township roads in Ogun

A gubernatorial aspirant on the platform of the African Democratic Congress (ADC) in Ogun state,  Gboyega Nasir Isiaka, has lamented the deplorable condition of township roads, particularly at the border towns and blamed the current administration for focussing only roads that “suit their ego and corruptly enrich their pockets.”

He accused the administration of being “insincere” to the plights of the people of Ogun State, declaring his party will restore sincerity to governance, if given the opportunity to govern the state come 2019.

Isiaka, otherwise known as GNI, made this remark while addressing party faithful on Friday, at a rally which climaxed the one week sensitisation tour of ADC to Ado-Odo/Ota Federal Constituency, held at Gangan Square, Ota, Ogun State.

He maintained that the state government, since  inception in 2011, has been able to espouse few people-oriented policies, noting that lack of  sincerity and honesty have been the bane of the current administration.

“This government from its beginning has been insincere with the people. Very few of its policies have been done with the people in mind. They have done only what suits their ego and corruptly enriches their pocket”.

“We were on tour of Obafemi-Owode/Odeda/Abeokuta North Federal Constituency two weeks ago and what we saw were not just bad roads, but total neglect of rural communities in terms of amenities. We are however shocked that Ado-Odo/Ota could be in this deplorable condition. It is second biggest local governments in this state and major contributor to the revenue profile. Infrastructure here is nothing to write home about”.

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