Governor of Ogun State, Senator Ibikunle Amosun yesterday said that the mandate that returned him for tenure of another four years of office is a covenant with his creator.
Amosun while delivering his speech yesterday after taking oath of office for the second term promised better days ahead for the people of the state.
Earlier, the Chief Judge of the state, Justice Olatokunbo Olopade administered oath of office to both the Governor and his deputy, Yetunde Onanuga.
The programme was well attended by elders in the state across party divides, party faithful, religious leaders, elected members of the national and state assemblies, amongst others.
Amosun said his administration faced many challenges, especially in the areas of security while coming on board adding that his activities in the first term showed that his administration has adopted a well-thought out strategies to tackle the challenges.
According to him, the government immediately invested in the purchase of security equipment and forged a solid partnership with security agencies adding that the government ensured a zero tolerance for violent activity against people.
In the area of education, Amosun said the government has continued to upgrade state and general hospitals including five dental centers across the state adding that teaching hospital in Sagamu now has new diagnostic centre with digital x ray, modern ultra-sound machine, mammography for breast cancer screening, amongst others.
The Governor who said companies are now eager to establish their factories in Ogun State assured that attention would now be shifted to the development of the Deep Sea Port, Olokola Free Trade Zone, Airport project as well as massive development of rural roads.

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