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World Bank, Ogun plan quality facilities for rural dwellers

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The Ogun government, in partnership with the World Bank, is to bring succour to rural dwellers in the state through the provision of needed infrastructure and social amenities that would lessen poverty in the communities. READ ALSO: Osun partners World bank to boost agribusiness General Manager of the State Community and Social Development Agency, Sakirudeen Salami, who disclosed this yesterday ...

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Ministry of Rural Development provides 23 communities with water schemes

Ministry of Rural Development provides 23 communities with water schemes

The Ogun State Government, through the Ministry of Rural Development, has provided water schemes for 23 communities to ensure uninterrupted flow of potable water. The Director of Rural Electrification in the ministry, Mr. AbdulRasaq Ojetola, said in a statement that the schemes comprised 7.5KVA power generator, tanks, pipes and fetching platforms, among others. “Government has deemed it fit to provide ...

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Ogun to resume rehabilitation of rural roads as soon as rain subsides

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The Ogun State government has assured rural dwellers that it will re-embark on the rehabilitation of rural roads in the state as soon as the rains subside. The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Works and Infrastructure, Kayode Ademolake, made this known in a statement signed by the agency’s Press Officer, Mr. Ayokunle Ewuoso. According to the statement, government has already rehabilitated over 1,235 ...

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World Bank express satisfaction on Osun’s 225km rural roads

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Officials of the World Bank have expressed satisfaction with the construction of 224.62 kilometres of rural roads in Osun State by the Rural Access and Mobility Project (ORAMP). The ORAMP, which is a six-year World Bank and French Development Agency assisted project in collaboration with the Osun State Government, is seeking to improve transport conditions and bringing sustained access to ...

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