Oyo State Governor, Engr Seyi Makinde, on Monday, donated a new fire truck to the Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria to boost its service delivery in terms of air transportation.

The commissioner for works and transportation in the state, Professor Daud Shangodoyin, speaking on the donation at Government House, Agodi, Ibadan, said that the governor would not renege in its promise in driving the economy of the state through transportation.

He added that the wish of the Governor to make the Ibadan airport an international Airport remains intact.

The Commissioner equally urged the authority of the airport to maintain the equipment, so that it will aid efficient service delivery to the people.

“We are happy to donate this fire-truck simply because we want to drive our economy through transport and one of the modes of transportation is the air transport, and the wish of Engineer Seyi Makinde is to make Ibadan Airport an international airport.

“This afternoon, Governor Makinde is donating a new fire-truck to Ibadan Airport for good and efficient service delivery.

“We also want to admonish them to have a culture of maintaining all the equipment because almost every quarter, there will be a check within the airport for the airlines to be able to cope with the services”.

Prof. Shangodoyin charged the authority of the airport not shy away from where they expect the Governor to assist them.

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