Oyo state Governor Seyi Makinde said on Tuesday that he has fulfilled his campaign promises to the people of the five local governments in Ogbomosoland of the state.

Makinde said this while assuring the electorate that if he is re-elected, the state will experience more positive developments under the Omituntun 2.0 mantra.

A statement by his chief press secretary, Taiwo Adisa, quoted the governor as saying as he addressed party supporters in Ogbomosoland.

Makinde maintained that he had kept his promises to the people of the area, adding that he will consolidate his achievements so far when he is re-elected on March 11, 2023.

The governor urged residents of Ogbomoso North, Ogbomoso South and Oriire local governments to vote for him and the Ogbomosoland People’s Democratic Party candidates in the National Assembly and State Assembly elections.

He said that during the campaign in 2019, he promised to make sure that LAUTECH is wholly owned by Oyo State and the administration has achieved that.

“When I came here to mark our campaign in 2019, I promised you that we would work to end the crisis at LAUTECH by making sure it is wholly owned by Oyo State. Have we not achieved that?

“We promised to build infrastructure that targets our economy. You can see the LAUTECH-Under G highway that we built and the Ogbomoso-Fapote-Iseyin highway.

“In the education sector, we promised to improve the level of education and the first thing we did was to remove the N3,000 education tax imposed by the previous government.

“You can also see the evidence of our infrastructure construction in the education sector, as we have built model schools, classrooms and other facilities as part of our agenda to improve the sector.”

Makinde also spoke during the campaign stops in the Ahoro Dada, Olokoto, Tewure and Ikoyi-Ile communities of the Oriire Local Government and assured that his new government under Omituntun 2.0 will bring more good governance.

The Governor stated that all the positive developments recorded so far were just the tip of the iceberg and that he would continue to do more under Omituntun 2.0.

“From Ogbomoso it takes us 20 minutes to get to Ahoro Dada and this is due to the Ogbomoso-Fapote-Iseyin road, which is being built by this administration. Now, our farmers can take our agricultural products to the markets of the urban centers.

“I also promised that there would be a PHC in each ward and we have. I swore to secure life and property and everyone can see what Amotekun is doing. We have set up a communication network for our security agencies.

“All this has been achieved under Omituntun 1.0. So, we want to update to Omituntun 2.0”.