Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, has said he will not abandoned all yet to be completed projected inherited from the last administration.
Already, the governor disclosed that, he has directed all the caretaker chairmen to begin the construction of one kilometer road per local government .
He said the one kilometer road construction per local government was part of his efforts to create road network in the rural areas.
The Governor disclosed this at the 30th Anniversary Ekimogun Day Festival held at the Oba Adesanoye Civic Centre, Ondo City at the weekend.
The event was graced by former governor Olusegun Mimiko, Senator Tayo Alasoadura, prominent sons and daughters of Ondo Kingdom among others.
Akeredolu, represented by his Deputy, Hon. Agboola Ajayi, particularly said his administration would ensure it complete all uncompleted projects left behind by Mimiko's administration.
He allied the fear of the people of Ondo kingdom that his government was planning to merge the State University of Medical Science, sited in the town with Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko.
The governor said rather than doing this, his government would only continue to build on the existing infrastructure and facilities its inherited from the previous administration.
On the massive road construction, Akeredolu explained that the purpose is to ease transportation of farm products to market.
He added that the massive construction of one kilometre road in each local government area of the state is in line with the road to market policy of his administration to enable people at downtrodden benefit from the dividends of democracy
While congratulating the Osemawe of Ondo Kingdom, His Royal Majesty, Oba Victor Kiladejo, Jilo lll , sons and daughters of the kingdom for the celebration of 2017 edition of the festival, the Governor commended all the traditional rulers in the state for their significant roles towards the security of the state at their various domains.
He appreciated Ondo Kingdom for its various achievements particularly in the area of peaceful resolution.
Earlier, a member of the National Assembly representing Ondo Central Senatorial district, Senator Tayo Alasoadura, thanked God for the 2017 edition of the event celebrated in good mood.
Alasoadura, who used the event to highlight his various achievements as lawmaker at the National Assembly, said he has succeeded in the construction of bridges and bore-holes in rural areas at the central senatorial district of the state.
He made known that efforts are ongoing to convert the Adeyemi College of Education to University as bill to this development is still before the National Assembly for consideration.