The governor stated this on Saturday, when he visited some parts of the 32km road construction project, which comes along with five bridges, during the monthly environmental sanitation exercise.
Speaking during the project inspection tour, Governor Amosun promised residents and commuters whose daily activities are affected by the current state of the road that, “the hardship of this season when we have the rain would be the last that you would experience on this road before the completion of the project.”
While explaining that the road construction would have been completed but for paucity of funds, the governor described it as a huge project adding that this was why all previous administrations in Ogun State avoided it.
“But we are determined to tackle it and put an end to the hardship always experienced on the road by our people,” Governor Amosun said.
The Governor, while appreciating residents of Ijoko, Yakoyo, Alagbole, Akute and other communities on the path of the project, for their patience and support, assured that by March next year, “the five overhead bridges on the road would have been completed.”