On Thursday, Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun, guaranteed that his administration would deliver an additional 10,000 affordable houses to the people of the state.
Abiodun also promised the completion of all ongoing road projects, including the agro-cargo airport, within the next four years.
He pledged to refurbish Primary Healthcare Centres in the 236 Wards in the State.
The Governor made this known at the Town Hall Meeting on the 2024-2026 Medium Term Expenditure Frameworks(MTEF)and the 2024 Budget for Remo Division, held at the Akarigbo Palace, Sagamu.
Abiodun indicated that the state would begin the construction of a Dry Port at Kajola and a Logistics Hub at Wasimi in collaboration with the private sector.
His Deputy, Mrs. Noimot Salako-Oyedele, represented him. He said: “We will be fully implementing e-learning programmes in our public schools while continuing with the reconstruction of schools and the provision of furniture.
“Our government will be collaborating with Lagos State to leverage the blue and red rail lines by investing in their extensions to Ogun State for the efficient transportation of people, goods, and services.
“We believe these will not only increase our ranking in the ease of doing business index but will also create jobs for thousands of our youths and sustain the momentum we have achieved as the industrial capital of Nigeria.”