- President Muhammadu Buhari is set to commission some uncompleted projects in Lagos on Wednesday, April 24
- One of the uncompleted projects to be commissioned by the president is the 10-lane Oshodi - Murtala Mohammed International Airport Road
- The other project is the Oshodi Transport Interchange worth $70 million which was started in May 2016
Some uncompleted projects will be commissioned by President Muhammadu Buhari during his visit to Lagos state on Wednesday, April 24, the Guardian reports.
The projects belonging to the Lagos state government will all be commissioned during the president's one-day visit to the state.
Some of the projects set for commissioning include, the rehabilitated 10-lane Oshodi - Murtala Mohammed International Airport Road; the 170-Bed ‘Ayinke House’ (Maternity Hospital)) at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) Ikeja; the Lagos State Theatre at Oregun, Ikeja; new 820 Mass Transit Buses and the multi-level Oshodi Transport Interchange along the Apapa-Oshodi Expressway
However, the report said two of the projects to be commissioned by President Buhari is yet to the completed.
Contrary to announcement by the Lagos state government on the projects, the 10-lane Oshodi- Murtala Mohammed International Airport which was started in September 2017, is far from being ready for public use.
It was gathered that as at 8 pm on Tuesday, April 23, evening, construction workers were seen trying to put finishing touches on the road which is under the flyover bridge at NAHCO/Toll Gate.
Also, none of the pedestrian bridges promised to the built by the Lagos state government on that road has been completed.
Another project announced by the state government for commissioning which is yet to be completed is a section of Oshodi Transport Interchange.
The Oshodi Transport Interchange worth $70 million which was started in May 2016 is yet to be completed.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a number of security operatives were on Wednesday, April 24, deployed to strategic positions at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos, ahead of the working visit of President Muhammadu Buhari to the state.
The security operatives were already at their respective positions at about 7.15 am.
Legit.ng gathers that they included officers from the Nigeria Air Force, Nigeria Customs Service, Nigeria Immigration Service and Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps.
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