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FASHOLA INSPECTS HIGHWAY PROJECTS IN LAGOS ON DAY THREE OF HIS INSPECTION TOUR OF THE SOUTH WEST ZONE
The ongoing Rehabilitation Reconstruction and Expansion of Lagos Ibadan Expressway Section IShagamu Lagos INSET Hon Minister of Power Works Housing Mr Babatunde FasholaSANmiddle Governor of Lagos State Mr Akinwunmi Amboderight and Deputy Governor of Lagos Dr Idiat Oluranti Adebuleleft during the Hon Ministers courtesy call after an inspection tour of the ongoing Rehabilitation Reconstruction and Expansion of Lagos Ibadan Expressway Section IShagamu Lagos on Day Three of his inspection tour of Highway Projects in the South West Zone of the country on Saturday 25th March 2017
DAY THREE OF FASHOLAS INSPECTION TOUR OF HIGHWAY PROJECTS IN THE SOUTH SOUTH ZONE
A Section of theBodo Bonny Road with Bridges across Afa Opobo and Nanabie Creeks in Rivers State duringthe third day of the inspection tour of ofHighway Projects in the South South Zone of the country by the Hon Minister of Power Works and Housing Mr Babatunde Fashola SAN on Saturday 18 February 2017 The contract for the Project was first awarded in 1998 and works started 2003 it dragged on till 2014 when contractor abandoned site but with provision of funding by the Federal Government construction work by Julius Berger Nigeria Plc is set to resume on the Project