The Executive Assistant to Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State, Rev. Idowu Ogedengbe, has said that some projects instituted by previous administration were motivated by personal gains or which was not serving the interest of the state.
Ogedengbe explained that his principal had been cancelling and reviewing projects after determining the motive behind their establishment.
For Makinde, who he said had zero tolerance for corruption, Ogedengbe said any project, which establishment was motivated by personal gains or which was not serving the interest of the state and its people would be axed or reviewed to ensure public good and accountability.
According to The Nation, the cleric disclosed this while speaking at a thanksgiving service organised by the Special Strategic Group (SSG) for Makinde’s election at Maranatha Chapel, Iwo road, Ibadan, during the holiday.
He explained that Oyo would not just be a pacesetter of a new nation of Nigeria, but that of Africa at large.