President Muhammadu Buhari, on Monday, commissioned four key projects of the Governor Adams Oshiomhole administration and praised the Governor his masses-oriented projects.
The projects includes the commissioning of the 6-lane Siluko road, complete with street lights, walkways and underground drains and also the new 200-bed Central Hospital. According to Oshiomole
“I am grateful to Mr President for graciously accepting to come to commission this major project.” On the new 200-bed Central Hospital, Oshiomhole told the President that the old Central Hospital was built in 1902, 114 years ago and “rather than do piecemeal renovation, we decided to build a new hospital. “We demolished a portion of the old hospital built in 1902 and built this new hospital. My own idea is that public health institutions should not be inferior to private health institutions.”
The President also inspected the Queen Ede gully erosion site reclamation done by the Oshiomhole government and commissioned the Samuel Ogbemudia College, which is perhaps the best public secondary school in the South-South region of the country.
President Buhari praised Oshiomole for this act.
“I thank the Governor profusely for inviting me, not once, not twice to come to share his success. By your reaction here, I know you understand and you are grateful for the personal sacrifices that he made.
Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/11/buhari-commissions-four-projects-edo-praises-oshiomhole/