Bad Roads In Nigeria
Senator Abdulfatai Buhari has said of the 3,800 federal roads identified as requiring attention, only 500 have been captured in the 2020 budget proposal, with N262billion allocated to it.
Babatunde Fashola, the minister of works and housing, has responded to mixed reaction that greeted his recent comment on most federal roads in the country. The minister said that his remark was misquoted.
A commuter in Benue has pleaded with President Muhammadu Buhari to help with the repairs of a popular road that connects Otukpo and Agila town in the state which has worsened the living condition of the people there.
Following the recent statement by minister of works and housing, Babatunde Fashola, that roads are not as bad in the country as Nigerians are portraying them, the PDP has on Friday, November 8, called on the minister to resign.
A member of the House of Representatives on Friday, November 8, condemned the recent comment by the minister of works and housing, Babatunde Fashola, over the deplorable condition of Nigerian roads.
For saying that Nigerian roads were not as bad as they were being portrayed by the citizens, a member of House of Representatives, Bamidele Salam, has fired Babatunde Fashola, over comment on Nigerian roads.