L-R: Ekiti State Governor, Dr. Ayodele Fayose, Director General Fayose Campaign Organization, Chief Dipo Anisulowo, Special Adviser to the Governor on Works and Infrastructure, Mr. Kayode Osho, and Director of Civil Engineer ,Ministry of Works, Engr. Julius Olofin, during the inspection of the ongoing Am phi-Theatre at Ewi’s Palace in Ado-Ekiti….on Thursday
Vehicle owners who parked recklessly in Oja-Oba Market area in Ado-Ekiti have been warned to desist from such bad habit or risk their vehicles impounded.
Ekiti State Governor, Dr. Ayo Fayose gave the warning during his recent visit to the busy Oja- Oba market which is at the centre of the state capital.
The road which has been converted to a one-way drive to decongest the long queue of vehicles continued to witness a traffic jam for most part of the day because people continued to park recklessly in the area.
The governor also directed traders who displayed their wares on the highway and those who hawk their wares in wheel barrows to stop these unwholesome activities.
Fayose noted that, besides the dangers these portend to their lives as they could be knocked down by reckless drivers, such activities blocked a good portion of the road and further disrupted free flow of vehicles in the market area.
He advised traders to always maintain clean environment in order to ensure free flow of water with a view to curtailing what damages that could be caused by erosion, saying marketers should always sweep and keep their environment tidy after activities of each day.
Meanwhile the governor has revealed his intention to complete the amphi-theatre under construction in the palace of the Ewi of Ado-Ekiti and turn it into a befitting edifice which the people of the town will be proud of.
Addressing journalists after a visit to the palace to assess the level of work done on the amphi-theatre, the governor promised to expedite action on the project in fulfillment of a promised made during his campaign.
Ekiti State Government Press Release
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