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Kwara: Alangua Commends Mallam AbdulRazaq Over Reconstruction, Dualization of Oloje-Yebumot Road



Kwara State Governor, Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrasaq has commended over the re-construction and dualization of Oloje to Yebumot road in Ilorin West Local Government Area of Kwara State.


Speaking with Nigeria journalists in his palace, the Alangua of Adewole Alhaji Hanafi Hussan described the reconstruction of Oloje/Yebumot roads as a welcome development that will be a beneficial to all when completed.


He praised the state governments under the administration of Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrasaq for deemed it fit to dualize the road that has been overdue for many years, pointing out that the road will boost socio-economic of the areas.


The traditional ruler appealed to the governor to complete the few meters road directly in front of Alangua Adewole palace to Adeta junction, urging the Kwara State Road Maintenance Agency to erect speed breakers at front of Alangua palace to reduce accident.


“Many accident usually happens while over speeding hit and run vehicles, tricycles and commercial motorcycles injured pedestrians while crossing over the road”, he lamented.


Also speaking, one of the shop owners along the road, Mallam Salaudeen Aromaradu urged the government to compensate the affected shops owners to help them get back to their business within the time frame.


He lamented that many shop owners received the quite notice with shock and many have been hospitalised due to insufficient funds to start their business, stating that it would difficult for many affected shop owners to feed their family.


Earlier, the Kwara State Physical Planning Authority Ilorin has issued quite notice to all affected marked to remove their structures before Monday10th of January, 2022 or face be demolished by the government for the expansion of the road.


However, following the quite order sent to all shop owners to remove all structures along the road the occupiers of shop and residential buildings have complied with the government orders as they began removal on Saturday against Monday deadline.

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