Abiodun Reveals Plan For Abeokuta 250-Bed Hospital, As Ogun Central Monarchs Endorse Him For 2nd Term In 2023 - EDU-BIZNEWS

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Abiodun Reveals Plan For Abeokuta 250-Bed Hospital, As Ogun Central Monarchs Endorse Him For 2nd Term In 2023




Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun State has revealed his administration's plan to workout the process of concessioning the inherited Abeokuta 250-bed Hospital to an international hospital management company who will complete the project, under the build operate and transfer arrangement

The governor unfolded the plan on Wednesday  after 54 traditional rulers under the auspice of Egba Traditional Council,   unanimously expressed their endorsement  for his second term in office, come 2023 




It will be recalled that the Remo, Ijebu and Yewa Traditional Coun├žils had earlier endorsed the re-election bid of governor for 2023 

The Alake and Paramount Ruler of Egbaland, Oba Adedotun Aremu Gbadebo who is the president of the council announced the endorsement , saying their support for the governor's re-election bid is based on his sterling performance since he assumed office in 2019.


Alake said Abiodun has done creditably well and deserves a second term to finish what he has started.

Oba Gbadebo noted that in the last sixteen years, governors in the state have serving two terms in office, stressing that "Governor Abiodun, "having done so well also deserves a second term".

"The governor has done very very well. In the last 16 years, two governors have done second terms, why is our governor who has done so well will not do a second term"? Alake stated.

While appreciating the governor for completing some abandoned projects in Egbaland and helping to complete the Traditional Council's Hall in the Alake's Palace, called on the state government to construct the road leading to the railway station in Abeokuta.




Also speaking, the Osile of Oke-Ona Egba, Oba Adedapo Tejuoso, says the entire people and traditional rulers in Egbaland are in full support of the governor's second term bid, while the Olowu of Owu, Oba Saka Matemilola and the Agura of Gbagura, Oba Sobur Bakre, expressed confidence that the governor would perform better if given another opportunity.

Abiodun who expressed his gratitude to the monarchs for confidence they have in his capacity to move Ogun to greater heights, assured the monarchs of his administration's committment to ensure the completion of the hospital and turn it to a world-class health facility

"The hospital is a world class health care facility of excellence that will attract health tourism from all over the southwest and Nigeria.
We are working assiduously on the establishment of the Kajola Dry Port and Wasimi Export and Logistics Hub which will decongest Lagos port, thereby making it more efficient and further create an enabling environment for  industries and manufacturers in Ogun", he added

The governor who said that his administration has been fair in the distribution of projects as well as appointment to all parts of the state, 

"We will soon begin the urban regeneration of Ibara GRA and in Mowe-Ofada. We are completing or have completed all inherited projects that are of economic importance to our people in line with our promises", the governor stated.

He described traditional rulers as the link between the Divine Being and the world; custodian of African culture who have assisted in maintaining peace in their various communities.

"I commend our Royal Fathers from the Egba Traditional Council who have continued to keep the flag flying for the progress and development of Egbaland and by extension, Ogun State.  This endorsement of our candidature for another term of four years is another appreciation of our untiring efforts in developing all sectors of our State economy across the three senatorial districts of our state", he pointed out.

Abiodun added that the endorsement is another affirmation of the progress the state has recorded in the last three and half years, emphasizing that the success story of his administration could not be documented without the support received from the people of Egbaland.

While saying that the endorsement would motivate him to do more, he pleaded with the people to play politics without bitterness, as politics is not a do-or-die affair.

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