Bad Roads In Nigeria
Boboye Oyeyemi, Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), says the corps will recruit additional 4,650 officers and procure new logistics vehicles to improve road safety management in the country. Mr Oyeyemi disclosed.
A concerned Nigerian has called on the Enugu state government to address the terrible state of Nkerefi road in Nkanu East local government area. The resident said the road is frequently used by farmers and market women.
Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos on Tuesday, April 17, said that the government would immediately take over the ABAT truck terminal in the state and commence immediate repairs as part of a permanent solution to the gridlocks.
Ibrahim Layode, a member of the House of Assembly in Lagos has urged the federal government to give immediate attention to the Lagos-Badagry Expressway to end the hardship of motorists and passengers on the road.
Some residents of Imo state have lamented the bad state of roads in most of their communities, alleging that Governor Rochas Okorocha is only developing the state capital, Owerri at the expense of other communities.
Residents in Ibadan have called on to the government of Oyo state for help over the states of the bridge that connects Alexander Apata to Kuola Apata.