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FRSC urges Julius Berger to expedite Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway project

FRSC

The Ifo Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) in Ogun has urged Julius Berger Nigeria Plc, to fast-track the completion of Lagos/Abeokuta expressway. Julius Berger is the company handling the construction, rehabilitation, and expansion of the road. Mr. Joshua Ibitomi, the Unit Commander of the FRSC in Ifo, made the plea on Friday in Ota, Ogun. Ibitomi said speeding ...

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Federal Government focuses more on road constructions in Lagos State

Federal Government focuses more on road constructions in Lagos State

The Federal Government on Tuesday in Lagos promised massive road repairs nationwide, after completing some ongoing projects in Lagos. The Federal Controller of Works in Lagos, Mr Godwin Eke, gave the assurance in an interview with newsmen in Lagos. He urged residents of Lagos, in particular and Nigerians, in general, to expect more as the government was commited to deploying ...

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The History Behind the Names of Popular Places in Lagos

Real estate Industry

Do you know that most of the popular places in Lagos did not just derive their names by mere coincidence neither are they just names of places based on logistics? This article exposes the origin and true meanings of popular locations in Lagos that virtually most Lagosians have come in contact with one way or the other. Lagos which has ...

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Reasons behind traffic gridlock on Apapa-Oshodi & Lagos-Abeokuta expressway – LASG

Reasons behind traffic gridlock on Apapa-Oshodi & Lagos-Abeokuta expressway - LASG

Lagos State Government yesterday, blamed the persistent traffic gridlock on the Apapa-Oshodi and Lagos-Abeokuta expressway partly on the failure on the road as well as the poor design. The state government stressed that the roads were not designed for the pressure they are presently subjected to. Also, the state government said litigations and slow pace of work by contractors appointed ...

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