Saturday, 17 June 2017

Apapa-Wharf Road in Lagos Closed For One Year To Enable Construction

The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Raji Fashola has said that a section of the Apapa Wharf Road in Lagos state will be shut down (closed) for one-year to enable its construction.

Fashola made the statement at the official signing of Memorandum of Understanding with the project sponsors, AG Dangote Construction Company Limited.

The development was also confirmed in a set of tweets made by the PWH Ministry's Twitter handle which reads;

"Apapa WhRoadroad project (Nigerian Port Authority and end of the bridge) began today and is expected to take one year.

"The road, which will be constructed with the use of concrete is expected to be final solution to the massive inconvenience.

"HM @tundefashola appreciates the role of Dangote and Flour Mills who are operators and have also contributed to make this a reality.

"While we acknowledge there will be some discomfort on the way, we appeal for tolerance and perseverance from road users and residents

"For effective and efficient delivery, a section of the Apapa Wharf will be shut down for one year to enable its construction".

Apapa Road. Photo Credit: New Telegraph

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