I’ll complete Amosun’s Projects if… ― Dapo Abiodun

Ogun State governor-elect, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has said that his administration will only complete all uncompleted projects by the outgoing governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun if they have a clear line of sight to the upliftment of the state.


He said this on Wednesday during the inauguration of the Tunde Lemo -led  Economic Transition Committee and 235-member Work Groups at Ogere-Remo, in Ikenne Local Government Area.


According to the oil magnate, his administration would continue with the implementation of projects to be inherited from the outgoing government if it provides accurate information on all ongoing projects.


“I will like to reiterate that government is a continuum. Therefore, the next administration will continue the implementation of the ongoing projects that have a clear line of sight to the upliftment of Ogun State and benefits to the people.


“I am hopeful that the incumbent government will provide to us timeously accurate information on all the ongoing projects in the state and the general state of affairs of our common patrimony.”


While admitting that expectations from the next administration under his watch are high, the governor-elect expressed readiness to make a difference and provide leadership that earns the confidence of the people, while running a government that has character and can be trusted.


He said “We believe the Transition Committee and the Work Groups will make this task lighter with the outcome of your assignment that is expected ahead of 29 May 2019. This will enable us to hit the ground running without any delay.”


Abiodun added that his administration’s vision is to “provide good and focused governance that creates an enabling environment for the sustainable economic development of the state that translates to significant improvement in the welfare of the Ogun State citizens and their individual prosperity.”
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