Rehabilitate Irewolede/Idi-Araba road

I want to call the attention of the Commissioner for Works and Transport in Oyo State to the situation of the Irewolede/Idi-Araba road which has become a death trap.

Irewolede/ Baptist High School- Idi-Araba road in Saki, Saki West Local Government Area used to be in good condition and served as the best route to link the proposed Saki Stadium and the town to Ago Are and Ibadan but this is no longer the situation, it has become a death trap for both motorists and pedestrians .

I hereby urge the Oyo State government, ably led by Governor Seyi Makinde and its relevant agencies to come to our aid by rehabilitating the road in order to stop the incessant accidents and unnecessary waste of lives and properties.

Akanni Oke Matthew,

Oyo State.



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