ISHAGA AGBADO AREA CDC CELEBRATES NIGERIA AT 60, APPRECIATES GOV ABIODUN,CALLS FOR DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN THE AREA.

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The Ishaga Agbado C D C in Ifo Local Government of Ogun State felicitated with the President and commander in chief of Armed Forces, His  Excellency,  President Mohamadu Buhari and the entire citizen of Nigeria on the 60th Independence celebration.

In a statement signed by ENGR. M. A. ADEGBOLA on Friday,the CDC also appreciated the governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun, transition chairman of Ifo Local Government,Hon. F. F. Salami on developmental projects in the area.

The statement read,”The entire Members of Ishaga Agbado Area C.D.C express our profound gratitude to our amiable and indefatigable Governor of Ogun State.
His Excellency Prince Dapo Abiodun,  his entire Executive members and Ifo Local Government Transition Committee Chairman, Hon. F. F. Salami for approving two major Roads in Ifo local Government.
These Roads are *TOYIN-AGBADO ROAD* otherwise known as Olusegun Osoba Road. and the *Akute-Denro-Ishashi-Ojodu Road*. 
It is a big achievement, Sir, your names shall be written in a platter of Gold as our messiah on this Olusegun Osoba Road.”

It also added that,”On the AGBADO crossing vehicular and pedestrian Bridge, 
we appreciate the efforts of the Ogun-State ministry of works and infrastructure for recommending the permanent construction of Agbado Crossing Vehicular and pedestrian Bridge to the Federal Ministry of Transport in a letter dated March 24, 2020.”

The CDC appealed to the government to “construct the bridge as quickly as possible.
Meanwhile, we are surprised to see the C.C.E.C.C construction Company Engineers with their men barricading Fagba Rail-line fence with concrete block .
This serves as a signal for an urgent need to commence the Agbado Crossing Vehicular and Pedestrian bridge without any further delay. 
Hon. Minister of Transport sir, this is the right time to commence the construction as any further delay is dangerous to entire Agbado community. “

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