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Monday, September 19, 2016


For residents in Ogun State, the worry about deplorable roads is the beginning of hardship even as economic recession bites harder. Residents are complaining that the roads are impassable; damaged beyond words.
The residents groan that in spite of repeated attempts at calling the state governments’ attention to their plight, no action has since been taken, leaving residents frustrated at the situation and angry that all promises made by the incumbent administration during the last electioneering campaign were empty promises.

Residents who sent messages to Pearl magazine Blog lament that driving or walking through roads in Abeokuta, Ijebu-igbo, Sagamu, Ogun Waterside, Agbado Station and other communities in the State, for them have been more gruesome than passing through hell. Adding that 70% of the roads in Ogun State are in very bad shape.

One cannot but wonder who is in charge of these neglected roads; the local government, State or federal government? After most of these roads were constructed, who is responsible for their maintenance especially during the rainy season. Is the the legacy of this government mere road construction and not roads maintenance?

These roads are fast becoming death traps and I think Senator Ibikunle Amosun led government should wake up from the 'siddon-look' attitude and do something fast.

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