The Lagos State Government  has resumed the construction of the ten-lane Lagos-Badagry Expressway after ten years of its commencement.

The Lagos State Government has resumed the construction of the ten-lane Lagos-Badagry Expressway after ten years of its commencement.

The Lagos State Government under the Sanwo-Olu Administration has resumed the construction of the ten-lane Lagos-Badagry Expressway after ten years of its commencement.
Speaking at the site office of the China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC), contractors to the project, the Deputy Governor of the state, Dr Kadri Obafemi Hamzat, stated that the return to the road not only marks the fulfillment of a promise made during a recent visit on June 2, 2019, to the people of the State by the Sanwo-Olu Administration but is also designed to bring relief to commuters who experience hardship daily on the road. The Deputy Governor who represented the Governor noted that the Sanwo-Olu administration would honour all the promises made to Lagosians.
He further stated that the project covers specifically the Agboju to Trade Fair segment as well as the rehabilitation of the Eric Moore – Mile 2 stretch. Hamzat said, “We must obey the law, citizens co-operation is critical to what successes we will be able to record during this tenure. We must also monitor the project and report progress and observations to us.” Hamzat further commended the co-operation of the Federal Government as both the State and Federal Agencies will be present along the road up to the Seme border

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