A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ogun, Mr Tope Armstrong Akintunde has applauded Gov Dapo Abiodun and his Lagos State counterpart, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu over the recently signed Lagos-Ogun Joint Commission saying that the initiative was a bold step that would impact greatly on the development of the two States.
Mr Tope Armstrong Akintunde, the CEO of Aerofield Homes gave this commendation in a chat with newsmen.
He said “what drives economy all over the world are partnership, it is in the light of this reality that I want to say synergies and initiative like this are welcome, they are good steps towards maximising the abundant potentials in human, financial and other natural resources that will ultimately help in creating better society and make life more bearable for all”.
The estate merchant disclosed further that “for instance it is under initiative like this that both governors are combining strength to fix the impassable Sagamu-Ogijo-Ikorodu as well as Abeokuta-Sango-Lagos expressway among others. All these when fixed will impact positively on the lives of the the residents of both states”.
The APC chieftain added that “with the proximity of Ogun State to Lagos, it has a lot to tap from its huge economy and this I am sure is going to be a plus for the residents of the state.
It is on this note that I am lauding Gov Dapo Abiodun for being very creative with governance issues and that is simply because his administration in the last two years had majorly focused on efforts to make life so much easier and better for the people of the state”.