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WE' MAKE C of O AVAILABLE IN 28 DAYS, GOV. ABIODUN ASSURES INVESTORS

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The Ogun State Governor Prince Dapo Abiodun has assured potential investors willing to invest in the State that land would be made available to them within 28 days.

The Governor, who spoke while contributing to discussions at the Executive Council Strategic Retreat held at the TCC Resort Centre, Ogere, in Ikenne Local Government Area, said this would enable those who want to access land to do so in less then 28 days.

"We are working to ensure that land title deeds does not exceed 28 days. This is to eliminate the trouble of accessing land and improve our ease of doing business ranking," he said.

He lamented the inability of previous administrations to implement the Geographic Information System (GI), noting that his administration would implement the system to enable it plan and administer its land resources adequately.

Prince Abiodun reiterated that his administration was poised at delivering 5,000 affordable housing units to the people, charging those saddled with the project to work towards bequeathing the State with smart cities that would incorporate basic needs like good road network, shopping malls, health facilities, adequate security and provision for laying of fibre cables.

In his presentation, the Commissioner for Housing , Hon. Jamiu Omoniyi, said the State housing needs was in the deficit of more than two million houses, saying that government was working to meet its 5,000 housing target.

The Special Adviser to the Governor on Waste Management, Mr. Ola Oresanya in his contribution, disclosed the plan to build five public toilets in each of the 20 Local Government Areas in the State, the encouragement of the private sector to build public toilets for commercial purpose and the enlistment of filling stations to make their toilet facilities available for the people's use.

The Commissioner for Health, Dr. Tomi Coker in her presentation, said the State would work towards reducing the infant maternal mortality rate, increasing life expectancy, upgrading primary health centres in each of the 236 Wards, making operational the 250-bed hospital at Oke-Mosan and achieving 100 percent rehabilitation of the State Hospitals in the next 24 months.

The Special Adviser to the Governor on Education, Mrs.Ronke Soyombo, who briefed the participants on the work outlook of the sector, informed that school curricula would be broadened to include entrepreneurship skills training, redevelopment of government schools, introduction of competitions like debates, quiz, among others.

Mrs. Soyombo, who lamented the neglect of the Senior Secondary School in the last 12 years, said to change the narrative, the Student Loan Board would be reintroduced; e-learning, e-library and research centres would be made available; while the general condition of school environments would be made attractive and conducive to both learners and their teachers.

Participants who contributed, stressed the need for schools to be provided with science laboratories, workshops, functional libraries and ICT centres, adding that parents' commitment, housing heads of schools within school premises, as well total value orientation on the students would go a long way reducing said vices and improving performance in both internal and external examinations.

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