To do thorough fixes on the Third Central area Extension in Lagos, the National Government has said that a part of the scaffold would be closed for a considerable length of time.
This was revealed on Wednesday by the government regulator of works in Lagos State, Olukorede Kesha.
As indicated by Kesha, the fixes would begin from Monday one week from now with the inclines interfacing Oworonshoki to Adekunle and Lagos-Island (Adeniji Adele) to Adekunle at the same time.
(Wapchris.. authors) The Central Government through the Administrative Service of Works wish to illuminate the motoring public that it has consummated plans to do complete fixes of the Third Central area Scaffold in Lagos.
“Considering the abovementioned, the motoring public is thusly informed that the maintenance works will start with the inclines associating Oworonshoki to Adekunle and Lagos-Island (Adeniji Adele) to Adekunle all the while.
Subsequently, the two slopes referenced above will be shut to traffic by 7.00 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 6, 2023, for a long time,” she said.
The regulator encouraged drivers to utilize elective courses.
(Wapchris.. authors) Drivers are, accordingly, encouraged to help out the traffic the executives authorities by complying and seeing all redirections as coordinated. They are urged to utilize the elective courses as joined,” she added.
Keisha, while talking on Stations TV’s Dawn Everyday last month, had unveiled that significant fix work would start on the scaffold in January 2024.
As per her, the agreement has previously been granted by the Central Government, adding that the very thing the public authority at present believes should accomplish is palliative work.