Adaba FM applauds Akeredolu over road project
By Adekola Afolabi
General Manager of Adaba FM, Sir Martins Ayoola, has appreciated Ondo state Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu for constructing the road leading to the station after some years of agony and pains following its neglect.
Ayoola make this known during the governor’s inspection of the ongoing work on the 1.86km of the road project in Ilara-Mokin, in Ifedore local government area of Ondo state.
The Adaba GM who said he thought it was a joke when Akeredolu promised to construct the road sometimes ago, described the road as very strategic and important to the radio station, saying that the construction of the road was a reflection of who Arakunrin Akeredolu is.
According to him, the road has marked a new beginning of a good relationship between the station and the state government.
Also speaking, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Land, Works and Infrastructure, Engr. Rahim Aminu who traced the history of the road project, explained that the road had been abandoned for over six years before Akeredolu came in and rescued the management and staff including the customers of the radio station from the ugly experience they usually face accessing the road.
While stating that everything was being done to ensure the road is solid and stable before delivery, assured that the project is expected to be completed in the next one month.
Also, Ondo state Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu said his administration would continue to provide infrastructure for the benefit of all citizens across the state.
While restating his government’s unwavering commitment to infrastructural development of the state, the Governor emphasised that his government sees it as its responsibility to provide infrastructure in all parts of the state for the benefit of all.
He described Adaba FM as one of the important radio stations in the state, and as such, must not be neglected in whatever form, adding that people must have unrestricted access to all public and private radio stations across the state.
He noted that time has come to put an end to all the suffering, stating that “government was fully committed to the completion of the road project as soon as possible, not because of anything but government sees it as its responsibility”.