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  • Updated: June 16, 2024

Osun: APM urges state govt to expedite action on critical infrastructure

Osun: APM urges state govt to expedite action on critical in

All Peoples Movement, APM

The Allied Peoples Movement, APM, in Osun State has called on the state government to expedite action on critical infrastructure development, particularly in the areas of road construction, healthcare, and education.

This, the party said is to ensure a better life for the citizens of the state.

The call was made by the party in a statement by the Chairman, Wale Adebayo on Sunday in Osogbo.

The party admonished the state government to take immediate action to repair critical road corridors which are in deplorable condition.

"The festive season is a time of increased travel, and the deplorable state of key roads poses a significant risk to the safety of citizens. It is unfortunate that the government failed to take cognizance of the festive period to put control measures in place to direct the vehicular movement. This shows that the welfare of the people is not in the mind of the government.

"APM demands that the government takes concrete steps to address the infrastructure deficit in Osun State, particularly LAMECOOkefia- Old Garage, which is in a bad state, ensuring safe and easy travel for all citizens during this festive season and beyond."

The party prayed for peace, prosperity, and progress in Osun State and Nigeria at large.

The state government had embarked on the rehabilitation and facelift to critical infrastructures in the state.

The state government had undertaken the construction of five flyovers in Osogbo, Ikirun, Owode-Ede and Ile-Ife towns and also the expansion of major roads within the state capital and other important towns.


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