SMATO commends Makinde over 76.67km Alao Akala Road, says project boosts Ogbomoso economy

Member representing Ogooluwa/Surulere
Federal Constituency, Hon. Ojo Sunday Makanjuola Smato has reiterated that the newly commissioned 76.67km Alao Akala road will boost the Ogbomoso economy, commending the Oyo state Governor, Seyi Makinde, for naming the road after the late Alao Akala

SMATO, who is the Deputy Chairman House
Committee of Solid Minerals and Chairman House Committee on Friendship Group to Pakistan gave the commendation on Thursday in a statement personally signed by him and available to newsmen in Ogbomoso at the commissioning ground.

He emphasised the governor’s dedication to improving Oyo State’s road network, pointing out that these initiatives had promoted economic development and raised residents’ standards of living.

The lawmaker expressed appreciation for the administration’s focus on infrastructure, which has been a cornerstone of Governor Makinde’s tenure.

According to him, one of the most notable achievements by the Makinde-led administration in Oyo state was the commissioning of the 76.7-kilometer Iseyin-Fapote-Ogbomoso Road, which took place yesterday.

He added that the road infrastructure project is expected to improve trade, transportation, and overall growth in the zone, significantly boosting Ogbomoso’s economy.

The lawmaker said: “The new Alao Akala road marks a new chapter of progress and prosperity for the Ogbomoso zone.

“The road connectivity under the Makinde administration would create new opportunities for both individuals and enterprises, as well as easier and safer transportation. We’re excited about how this road will benefit our community.

“It’s unarguable that the People’s Governor is committed to good governance, which is demonstrated by his openness, responsibility, and a people-first approach.

“The Governor’s goal for a better Oyo State is our shared responsibility, and he has set a strong basis for future prosperity.”

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