“Yewa G6” Ambassadors Club in Ogun State has reportedly called on Governor Dapo Abiodun to give urgent attention to the deplorable roads in Ogun West senatorial district. Media reports claim that the social group are requesting for a “state of emergency” to be declared by the state governor on the bad roads in the area.
"Yewa G6" social group in Ogun state wants Governor Dapo Abiodun to give immediate attention to bad roads in Ogun West
Going by press reports, the Yewa G6 social group believes that Ogun West is a “cash cow” generating good revenue for the state but unfortunately lacks good road infrastructure which it deserves. The group alleges that there is hardly any good road connecting local areas within Ogun West and neither is there any good road connecting the entire district to Abeokuta, the state capital.
Yewa G6 group claims that the resilience of Ogun West residents has been the only reason why commercial activities have not yet stopped in the district even with such deplorable road conditions. The social group says they are now calling on Governor Dapo Abiodun to help fix the bad roads in their district using a portion of the ₦250billion loan that was recently approved for critical projects by the state assembly.
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Meanwhile, just a few weeks ago, some #RevolutionNow protesters in Atan-Ota also lamented about the deplorable roads in Ogun West district. The protesters were seen holding up placards and verbally calling out the state government to help fix the extremely bad roads in their various communities.
Below is a press video that captured moments when the dissatisfied youths were protesting on a muddy road.
Atan-Ota RevolutionNow Protest against Bad Roads in Ogun State