Bad Roads In Nigeria
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.
Nigerian roads are not as bad as some citizens are now painting the picture, Babatunde Fashola, the country's minister of works and housing, has declared.
Udeagha Emmanuel, a Nigerian rights activist, is not happy with the situation of roads in the country, especially as citizens have constantly called the attention of the government to their harrowing experiences to no avail.
Saturday, October 26 turns a black day in Edo state when a motorist reportedly hit three sisters who are on their way to New Benin Market, killing all of them.
Some youths in Niger state staged a protest over the deplorable condition of roads in the state, calling on the federal government to come to their rescue.