The huge gap between the immediate past Mr Oyetola APC administration and the incumbent Gov. Adeleke PDP administration in Osun State is now clearly shown to Osun citizenry.
Many Nigerians are going through hell on earth. This is due to the traumatic experiences of residents, commuters, and motorists daily on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway. Since the reconstruction of the road began in 2009, many lives have been lost to road carnage while armed robbers play ludo with the lives of Nigerians whenever there is traffic gridlock on the road. The number of man-hours wasted, and the mental stress many have been subjected to on that road is, to say the least, harrowing.
The world of work is changing, and Nigeria is not left out of this trend. Technology and innovation are shaping the workforce and job market, and it is essential for Nigerian businesses and employees to keep up with these changes to remain relevant in the coming years.
Nigeria is known as one of the fastest-growing economies in Africa, with a vibrant business environment that is ripe for investment. However, the success of businesses in Nigeria is not only determined by market forces but also by government policies.
As indigenes and residents of Ogun state goes to the poll to elect the person who will be in charge of affairs in the gateway state for the next four years.
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