YPP Pledges Support For Governor Abiodun - THE ENCOUNTER NEWS


Sunday, June 30, 2019

YPP Pledges Support For Governor Abiodun

Michael-Azeez Ogunsiji
ABEOKUTA - The Ogun State Chapter of Young Progressive Party (YPP) has pledged its support for governor Dapo Abiodun over the state government developmental agenda.

The party at a press conference held in Abeokuta on Saturday,   applauded the governor for his commitment to improve infrastructure of the state and provide job opportunities for the youths. 

Speaking on behalf of the party, the State Publicity Secretary, Salami Taiwo Ramon commended Governor Abiodun for identifying crtitical areas for the redevelopment of the state.

The YPP spokesman as service oriented and populated by young Nigerians, it would partner where necessary and give knocks where necessary for the overall growth of the state. 

"As a political party that is service oriented, YPP is not ready to be partisan on issues that affect the larger population of the state but rather partner where necessary and give nods or knocks as the case might be for the overall growth and development of the state.

"YPP received the news that the governor was ready to commence work on 236 schools in the state with excitement. A school in each ward is highly remarkable and commendable and one that will go a long way in erasing the pains of the arrowing past shot at our public schools. 

"We appreciate this first step and hope the governor will still do more and even better. Before the completion of the governor's tenure, we anticipate a situation where Ogun state schools and students lead in term of performance and general outcome in all external examinations in Nigeria. 

"Being the state with the highest number of tertiary institutions in Nigeria, our primary and secondary schools must be sound enough to produce quality products for these institutions. In education, sound and quality foundation remain key.

"Health is wealth and so is quality and sound health very key in enjoying such wealth. Any persons, group or party who is against the building of 236 Primary Health Centres in Ogun state must be an enemy of the state and her people."

"The infrastructural decline in the last eight years in Ogun state is one that deserves a declaration of a state of emergency. A critical look at the state of roads in the three senatorial districts of the state speaks volume of the deplorable state of the roads which has led to loss of many lives and manhour thereby contributing to economic decline. 

"With the intention of the governor to rehabilitate 60 roads in the state, we are confident that this would give more quality to life, improve economic and commercial activities within the state and neighbouring states and border countries as a Gateway state. 

"The party YPP is also impressed with the intention of the governor to make use of local contractors in their local communities to supply manpower and other sundry materials. We only implore the governor to engaged competent and qualified professionals in handling these projects with a view to giving quality and best jobs. Truly, Ogun state deserves good roads."

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