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Bad Road: Ogun Residents Protest at Deputy Governor House As She Returned Home for Salah Celebrations

Bad Road: Ogun Residents Protest at Deputy Governor House As She Returned Home for Salah Celebrations
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Residents of Ota, Ogun State, gathered on Monday at the home of the state deputy Governor, Noimot Salako, urging immediate action on the state’s deteriorating roads, particularly the route between Sango and Abeokuta.
Their protest coincided with Mrs. Salako’s return home for Sallah celebrations and the Ojude-Oba festival, highlighting her proximity to the governor as their reason for targeting her residence.

Mrs. Salako later addressed the residents privately, acknowledging ongoing efforts amid significant challenges.

 

The protesters pressed for transparency regarding road contracts, seeking assurance that contractors were actively engaged in repairs. However, the deputy governor redirected them to appropriate government offices for detailed inquiries.

 

Insisting that Mrs. Salako was their closest government representative, the group of protesters highlighted the impassable Sango-Abeokuta road, which has forced commuters, including officials, to detour via Lagos to reach Ota.

“If the Lagos end of the road isn’t fixed, how can anyone pass?” queried one protester, displaying placards outside the deputy governor’s residence.

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