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Osun begins building infrastructure by dualizing the highways in Osogbo and Ede

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In Ede and Osogbo, the Osun State Government has begun work on dualizing the roads.

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Additionally, the state administration disclosed that the measure was taken to forward his objective for infrastructure construction.

It also showed that the paperwork for the proposed flyovers across the state’s three senatorial districts was almost finished.

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The Ministry of Works’ Permanent Secretary, Bashir Idowu Bello, revealed this to reporters on Wednesday in the state capital of Osogbot.

According to Bello, the 11.17 kilometers of roads are a component of the Governor Adeleke administration’s multibillion-naira Osun Infrastructure Development Plan.

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Bello further disclosed that the project should be finished in the upcoming year.

He continued by saying that the dualization of Akoda Junction to Cottage Junction to Baptist High School Area, Ede, has begun concurrently with the dualization of Old Garage Roundabout to Okefia Roundabout to Lameco Roundabout in Osogbo.

The building of flyovers at Osogbo, Ede, and Ile Ife is scheduled to start as soon as the ongoing documentation procedures are finished.

He said that construction has started in Osogbo and Ede and assured that the ministry is carrying with the state governor’s orders.

The contractors have arrived at the locations. We are happy that before we formally announce the start of work, our people have started reporting it.

We will make an announcement about anticipated detours and alternate routes for traffic in the coming days. Bello promised that every effort will be used to make the construction process as approachable as feasible.

“The Ministry has complied with due process and procurement laws in line with Mr. Governor’s directive,” he continued. I can promise you that every worker is ready to complete the projects on time.

The N100 billion infrastructure development plan was unveiled by Governor Ademola Adeleke in November, as the Janescope remembers.

As he outlined his intentions, Adeleke said that the project will also entail the construction of five flyovers, the dualization and rehabilitation of state roads, and the refurbishment and equipment of medical facilities and educational institutions.

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