Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State, southwest Nigeria has been commended for his laudable and people-oriented projects across the three senatorial districts of the state.
The commendation was made by the Interim National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Alhaji Lai Mohammed when he paid a courtesy visit to the governor at the weekend.
He described the government as focused and determined to develop the state after inspecting various infrastructure and development project sites in Abeokuta, the state capital.
The APC spokesman submitted that the projects were massive, rapid and had impacted positively on the populace.
“Having gone round the state to check on some projects, I saw about three housing estates, 15km expanse of land to be developed. The new city project that is planned here is what we have in Malaysia, Singapore and Dubai, I see a very focused government and I am very impressed. I have also been assured that all these projects would be ready for commissioning in June.”
Giving suggestion on how to curb insurgency in the northeastern part of the country, Mohammed said: “the APC has always supported dialogue. Government should not only use military tactics in solving the problem, but also explore political, economic and social options.”
He called on the federal government to adopt a well thought out amnesty programme to train the militants, make them employable and engaged gainfully when they lay down their weapons, just as it was done for Niger Delta militants.
Reacting to the chances of his party in the governorship election in Ekiti State, he said: “If the election is going to be based on performance, then the party certainly has no contest. Governor Kayode Fayemi has done a lot for the state and the people,” he stated.
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