Ondo govt begins rehabilitation of township roads

In its bid to fix damaged portions on roads across Ondo State, the State Agency for Road Maintenance and Construction (OSARMCO) has commenced the rehabilitation of 80 roads within the state,  to alleviate the traffic challenges across the three senatorial districts.

Chairman of the agency, Kehinde Osikoya, who disclosed this on Tuesday, in Akure, the  state  capital, said all structures had been put in place to ensure the  realisation of government’s dream of providing good roads for the people of the state.

Osikoya, who explained that the rehabilitation efforts would justify the high level of confidence the government and people have in the public institution, said the agency had completed over 90 roads across the state in the last one year.

The agency’s chairman said the massive rehabilitation efforts would involve minor, major even special projects, adding that stakeholders had already been put on standby to achieve results.

Also speaking, the General Manager,  Ayodele Ojo, charged the heads of the units to show more commitment towards the projects, saying that the agency is determined to continue to prove that public service institutions could be effective in execution of government policies.

The rehabilitation efforts would be carried out in Akure,   Ondo City, Ikare-Akoko township, Owo township, Ifon township, Ido-Ani township, Isarun township, Oba-Ile palaceRoad and many others.

Some of the roads in Akure include, Oshinle-Igbo Church, Gbogi-Cathedral, Lafe-Aule, Oda Road, High School area, Fanibi-Champion, Alakara-Danjuma, Old Sijuwade, Adinlewa-Koseunti, Araromi Street, Akinjo-Babalola, Iro-Eleye,

“ In Owo, we are attending to Iselu Road, Otutu, Okedogbon, Iyere Road, Post Office Road, Uka Road, Iloro Road, Clerk Quarter Road,

“We are also commencing rehabilitation works on Ifon township roads, Ido-Ani township roads, Isarun townsip roads among others,” he said.