Matogun Tanker Explosion: Abiodun sympathizes with victims, calls for calm

Idowu Olakunle, Abeokuta

Ogun State governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, has sympathized with victims of the petrol tanker explosion which occurred at Matogun Area of Ifo Local Government Area of the state.

Abiodun, in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Kunle Somorin, Satisfied, said that the incident, in which no fewer than 10 houses and shops were destroyed, was unfortunate.

While thanking God that no life was lost in the explosion, Abiodun expressed grief at the level of destruction of people’s property.

He explained that such an unforeseen incident was one of the reasons his administration decided to embark on the reconstruction of the Ijoko-Alagbole-Lambe-Akute Road, despite the huge amount of public fund sunk into the road without completion by the immediate past administration.

While suing for calm among the residents of the Matogun and its environs, the governor assured that work would be expedited on the road to forestall such an incident and to make life of the people in the axis comfortable.

Abiodun, who reiterated his administration’s commitment to making the people of Ogun State enjoy the real dividends of democracy, stated that palliative assistance would be rendered to those who lost their property to the inferno, with the view of mitigating their losses.

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