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Oyo criticizes driver, vows action after truck damages recently repaired road

The Oyo State Authorities has condemned the destruction of a piece of the just lately renovated Olusoji-WCCI street, days after it was formally opened for public use.

This was disclosed in an announcement on Sunday by the Government Chairman of the Oyo State Street Upkeep Company, Busoye Ogunlade in Ibadan, the state capital.

Earlier on Friday, a video had surfaced displaying the destroyed part of the street.

Ogunlade mentioned he was conscious of the incident the place a truck carrying over 60 tonnes of cement destroyed the part after the driving force misplaced management of the truck.

Ogunlade, who was dissatisfied with the way in which the truck driver fled after the vandalism, referred to as it a cowardly act.

The chairman mentioned: “The company has acquired a report of vandalism on the just lately renovated street, significantly the unlucky incident of the vandalism of a piece of the Olusoji-WCCI street by a truck driver, who’s at present nonetheless at massive.

“The company condemns within the strongest phrases this ruthless destruction of the primary section of the Olusoji-WCCI street, as a deliberate act of sabotage on a serious hall that has immense socio-economic advantages to the state and certainly the nation as a complete.

“The street that was accomplished final week is among the state's initiatives aimed toward bridging the hole within the aspirations of the individuals within the space for higher infrastructure.”

He expressed gratitude for the priority of native residents and guaranteed them that the broken part of the street had been repaired nearly instantly.

Ogunlade defined {that a} technical workforce was instantly deployed to examine, assess and restore the broken sections of the street, whereas the constructing the place the truck unloaded the cement was sealed.

The chairman added that the company will henceforth make sure that perpetrators of such acts face the complete punishment of the regulation.

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