Ogun State governor, Dapo Abiodun, has said that he may not mark the traditional 100 days in office with any  funfare.However, he assured that he would use it to lay the foundation for the envisioned of good governance. Abiodun made this known  while speaking with newsmen, on the sideline  of  flagging off the Ogun State Medical Outreach,  at Ilishan, Ikenne Local Government Areas of the state.”I don’t know whether our administration will be marking a milestone of 100 days in office. I think what we believe is sharing with you what we have been able to achieve in 100 days. And those things are the foundation of our vision. As we have shared with you during campaign, we have put together their foundation in place “And all those things you have begun to see them like the roads we are doing the ICT hub in Abeokuta. They will be unveiled to you in the next few days”, he assured.The governor, who said the programme was to bring healthcare closer to the grassroots, added that it would  also  lay a foundation for the delivery of qualitative primary  healthcare to the people in line with his administration’s vision.While reiterating his administration’s commitment to the provision of standard healthcare facilities, Abiodun also disclosed that work had already begun the rehabilitation of 236 primary healthcare centres across the state. “We will ensure that a beffitinog Primary Healthcare Centre is made available closer to the people. Primary Healthcare Centre is the first port of call when one falls ill. Only cases that cannot be attended to can go to secondary health institutions”, he said.”We are strengthening the health sector as a matter of priority. There is significant intervention going on at the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital (OOUTH), Sagamu, which used to rank as high as the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LUTH). We are expecting the report of the Administrative Panel report tomorrow and we will implement the report to reposition the hospital to what it used to be”, he noted.He said the free medical outreach was to underscore the importance of health as the administration was poised to make the state the biggest economy not only in Nigeria, but in Africa.While calling for support and cooperation of the people, Prince Abiodun said his vision for the state was driven by passion to partner the private sector for the economic development that would lead to individual prosperity.Speaking earlier, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health, Dr. Efundayo Ayinde, said the outreach would provide  eye surgery and other medical services free of charge in the Health Camps across the three Senatorial Districts. Also speaking, Chairman, Illisan Community Development Association, Mufutau Oyegunle, said the community had been looking forward to such opportunity. He appreciated the State governernment for the laudable programme which he said would be of great benefit the less privileged.