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Mayoress in Action Again: Asphalt Laying in Progress on Oluwaseun Street, Agiliti


The long-awaited asphalt laying project on Oluwaseun Street, situated off Aina Road in Agiliti, has finally commenced, bringing a glimmer of hope to the residents of this bustling community. Under the leadership of Engr. Modupe Adekoya, Chairman of Agiliti Central CDA, the project marks a significant milestone in the area's infrastructure development efforts.

Asphalt laying activities are currently underway, with construction crews tirelessly working to complete the road surface. The project is expected to enhance the accessibility and overall quality of transportation infrastructure in Agiliti, providing residents with smoother and safer travel routes.

In a show of gratitude, the executives and entire community of Agiliti Central CDA, under the care of Engr. Modupe Adekoya, extend their heartfelt appreciation to the Mayoress for her unwavering support and commitment to improving the community's infrastructure. They also pray for wisdom and understanding for her to continue to succeed in all her future endeavors.

The significance of the asphalt laying project extends beyond mere infrastructure improvement—it holds profound economic implications for the residents of Agiliti. Oluwaseun Street serves as a crucial alternative route, alleviating traffic congestion on the busy Aina Road. By facilitating smoother traffic flow and reducing commuting times, the newly improved road infrastructure is poised to enhance economic activities within the community. Increased accessibility can attract businesses, stimulate local commerce, and improve the overall quality of life for residents.

As construction progresses, the transformative impact of this infrastructure initiative on Agiliti becomes increasingly evident, promising a brighter future for generations to come.



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