Brewery/Olomore Residents Laud Alhaji Bakai Over Support In Tackling Potholes Posed challenges To Free Movement
Residents of Brewery, Olomore /Ita-oshin have commended the kind gesture of Babalaje of Gbagura, Alhaji Bakai Ajao Okedara for making necessary support available, in tackling potholes and road defects that have posed challenges to the free movement of persons and goods in the affected areas.
As an act of love for the society and humanity, Alhaji Bakai through his socio political group, "Awa Lokan" Youth Initiative were yesterday seen in large numbers at the Brewery, Olomore /Ita-oshin road in Abeokuta, Ogun State Capital working on the bad portions of the roads to ease the suffering of commuters.
The group was able to create proper channels for water to pass through, instead of allowing it onto the roads, thus contributing to the deplorable which it has really affected Brewery/Olomore axis whenever rain fall.
Awa Lokan group explained that it is necessary for them to provide the road palliative because "whenever people get to brewery motor parks, they find the whole areas smelling with bad odours because there's no channel for water to pass through.
Speaking while the work was going on, the group Cordinator who is also the APC youth leader in Abeokuta North local government, Comrade Akibo Solomon appreciated the leader of the local government, Alhaji Bakai Okedara for providing necessary support in tackling potholes and creation of channels for water to pass.
He said "Early this morning, as a group, we are all here in our large numbers to carry out one of our civic responsibilities, because we know government can't do it alone, we appreciate Alhaji Bakai for supporting us on this project, we started with filling portholes and we also create channels for water to pass."
"Brewery/Olomore express road has always been affected by water whenever rain fall, this has always caused accidents and hold up at times, as a group, We decided to fix the affected road area, stones and sand."
On his part, Alhaji Moroof Ajayi, the Balogun of Gbagura hinted that the gesture was to support government efforts in delivery dividends of democracy.