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Gov. Oyetola flags off N3.2bn road rehabilitation project

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Gov. Gboyega Oyetola of Osun on Thursday flagged off N3.2 billion road rehabilitation project across the state.

Speaking at the event in Ilobu, Irepodun Local Government Area of the state, Oyetola said the project was part of his pledge to deliver good road network across the state to unleash socio-economic development.

He said the need to urgently reconstruct the roads was informed by the hardship being experienced by the residents of the state plying the roads on daily basis.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the three selected roads to be rehabilitated cut across Osogbo, Olorunda, Irepodun/Orolu Federal Constituency and Egbedore Local Government.

The governor said the roads were awarded to Messrs Slavabogu Construction Nigeria Ltd. and would be completed in 12 months.

“I am glad to inform this gathering that the award of the contract is transparent and open to all on the e-procurement platform of the state.

“Messrs Slavabogu Nigeria Ltd., which scored the highest point, was awarded the contract in the sum of N3,265,623,449.00.

“I want to seize this opportunity to enjoin the contractor to deploy relevant machinery to ensure that the roads are delivered in record time and in good quality in line with the conditions of Award and Quality Assurance.

“I would like to enjoin the citizens of the state to reciprocate the good gesture of the state government by providing enabling environment for the contractor to do his job,’’ the governor said.

According to him, this project is a further confirmation of our belief that the path to sustainable socio-economic development and service delivery is an endless one.

“Let me also reiterate here that the roads we are flagging off today, though federal ones, span through five local government areas and had been in a state of disrepair for 13 years, ‘’ he said.

In his remarks, the Commissioner for Works and Transport, Mr Remi Omowaye, said the choice

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