While citizens and residents of the state want to witness an accelerated positive change, the government of the chattered account turned politician who got to power under the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) political party is yet to find its footing.
Meanwhile, Gov. Amosun, knowing that he’ll be expected to give account of his stewardship in the state as he clocks 100 days in office, but has nothing to show so far, decided few day ago to renovate some primary schools classrooms in the state.
According to information available to yemojanews.com, Gov. Amosun has given out contracts for the renovation of 100 primary schools classrooms.
We learnt the renovation is given out at the rate of N3 million per classroom which makes a total of N300 million.
The source told yemojanews.com that Amosun directed the contractors given the projects to complete the 100 classrooms before he celebrates his 100 days in office, as he wants to commission the project as his achievement so far in his 100 days as the governor of the state, which comes up on Tuesday, September 6, 2011.
But some members of the ACN are complaining bitterly that Gov. Amosun gave out the contracts to only his friends.
‘The contracts were given out to his friends who came in from in London and those in Lagos and these are people that are not politicians. We suffered for this party and Gov. Amosun is now behaving as if we don’t count. He got to power under our platform and he must patronise us’, an aggrieved ACN member lamented.