The Diocesan Bishop, Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion, Diocese of Yewa, Rt. Rev. Michael Adebayo Oluwarohunbi, has advised the Dapo Abiodun-led government to ensure that its projects and programmes, especially on infrastructural development, are evenly spread across the three senatorial districts of the state. He advised that they should not just be concentrated in one area so that the people can enjoy meaningful lifestyles and bring into limelight their ingenuity and creativity.
Oluwarohunbi, who gave this advice in his address at the third session of the 10th Diocesan Synod held at St. James Church, Oke-Odan on Sunday, said many areas of the state had not had a feel of governance and still lacked basic amenities.
“As the governor is trying to settle down in office, let me inform you that the people of the state have high hopes in you, that you will help to alleviate their sufferings. The people are tired of promises not fulfilled and not interested in white elephant projects that will not translate into direct benefits to them”, he said.