The Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom, yesterday visited Oyo State, one of the South-South States, where he commissioned the 65km Moniya-Ijaiye-Iseyin road constructed by Governor Seyi Makinde.
Governor Ortom was warmly received by Oyo State Government and its people and was decorated with the Yoruba attire.
At the venue of the ceremony before the road commissioning, Governor Ortom thanked Governor Seyi Makinde for inviting him to commission a road project and urged the Oyo State Governor never to leave his people in his administration.
Still speaking, Governor Ortom said the Oyo and Yoruba nation have all the time stood and supported the oppressed people, adding that the Yoruba nation has consistently been the voice for those who are oppressed in the country from time immemorial.
The Governor said that is exactly what he stands for: for justice, equity, fairness. He said he wants justice, equity and fairness for his people.