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NEWS UPDATE: Youth group raises alarm over state of roads in Osun

NEWS UPDATE: Youth group raises alarm over state of roads in Osun

A youth evolution organization, Federation of Ede Youth Evolution Organization (FEYDA), has called on the Osun Province Regime to urgently rehabilitate the Olowobida-Ogberin and Agip-Ahmadiyah roads.

Making a example for special attending to be given to these roads on Saturday, Abdulazeez Mufutaudeen Idowu, the National President of the organization stated that the ring became essential as a agency of notifying the concerned authorities and calling their attending to the sorry province of most of the intra-city route networks in Ede town.

Idowu added that the organization which is the umbrella body of all Ede youths had received several letters and calls appealing for the body to take upwards the effort for the rehabilitation of these roads.

He lamented that the status of the 2 roads out of all the others was the worst as it has get extremely unsafe driving on them.

According to him, “Due to the strategic location of these roads, they deserve urgent attending from the province regime. The Olowobida-Ogberin route leads to the permanent site (Due south Campus) of the Federal Polytechnic, Ede, Adeleke Academy and Ilori College of Education, piece the Agip-Ahmadiyah route is the fastest link to the Osun Province Secretariat at Abere.

Some residents of Olowobida-Ogberin have also lamented how their lives have get tough due to what they are experiencing every daytime as a outcome of the nowadays status of the route.

The status of the Agip-Ahmadiyah route it was observed has made many residents of the area to relocate due to the difficulty in accessing the area.

Residents complain of the nightmarish status that they have to endure and also that the state of affairs has affected the economic system and social activities of the community.

Ilyas Taiwo disclosed that commercial motorbike operators have been avoiding conveying passengers to that area and those that are willing to go would charge exorbitant transportation fares.

Omobolanle Adekola, a student of the Federal Polytechnic, Ede piece recounting her possess ordeal stated that she and other students are mostly compelled to trek for long distances before they could acquire commercial motorcyclists to the campus.

Meanwhile, the FEYDA president maintained that he and his squad will go on to lobby the Osun Province and Ede Due south local governments for a quick solution to the job.

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