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Lagos Speaker decries motorists’ harrowing experiences on Pen-Cinema bridge

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 Mr Mudashiru Obasa Speaker Lagos State House of Assembly has expressed concern over the daily harrowing experiences of motorists plying the failed portion of the Pen Cinema bridge in Agege A statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the speaker Mr Eromosele Ebhomele said that Obasa visited the bridge in Lagos on Wednesday with members of the House Committee on Works The speaker explained that the incessant flooding at the Okekoto end of the bridge had resulted in a gully further exacerbated by poor drainage system in the area Obasa assured of the government s efforts to continue to develop the state and meet the yearnings of the residents He said Bothered by the recent experiences faced by motorists plying the Pen Cinema bridge I was at the bad spot today with members of the House Committee on Works led by Mr Abiodun Tobun Other leaders from the area and government officials whose offices are saddled with the tasks of maintaining roads and drainage accompanied us I am happy to note that work has commenced immediately and machinery have been deployed to the place and the drains are already being cleared I want to implore residents of the affected area and the entire Agege to help maintain all government infrastructure and to discourage themselves and others from clogging the drains with waste Those who joined the speaker on the inspection visit include Mr Yinka Ogundimu Agege II Mr Rasheed Makinde Ifako ijaiye II Mrs Mojisola Alli Macaulay Amuwo Odofin I Others are Mrs Aramide Adeyoye Special Adviser on Works and Infrastructure Mr Ganiyu Egunjobi Executive Chairman Agege Local Government Council and Mr Johnson Babatunde his counterpart in Orile Agege LCDA NewsSourceCredit NAN
Lagos Speaker decries motorists’ harrowing experiences on Pen-Cinema bridge

Mudashiru Obasa

Mr Mudashiru Obasa, Speaker, Lagos State House of Assembly, has expressed concern over the daily harrowing experiences of motorists plying the failed portion of the Pen Cinema bridge in Agege.

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Chief Press Secretary

A statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the speaker, Mr Eromosele Ebhomele, said that Obasa visited the bridge in Lagos on Wednesday with members of the House Committee on Works.

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The speaker explained that the incessant flooding at the Okekoto end of the bridge had resulted in a gully further exacerbated by poor drainage system in the area.

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Obasa assured of the government’s efforts to continue to develop the state and meet the yearnings of the residents.

Pen Cinema

He said: “Bothered by the recent experiences faced by motorists plying the Pen Cinema bridge, I was at the bad spot today with members of the House Committee on Works led by Mr Abiodun Tobun.

“Other leaders from the area and government officials whose offices are saddled with the tasks of maintaining roads and drainage accompanied us.

“I am happy to note that work has commenced immediately and machinery have been deployed to the place and the drains are already being cleared.

“I want to implore residents of the affected area and the entire Agege to help maintain all government infrastructure, and to discourage themselves and others from clogging the drains with waste.

Yinka Ogundimu

Those who joined the speaker on the inspection visit include Mr Yinka Ogundimu (Agege II), Mr Rasheed Makinde (Ifako-ijaiye II), Mrs Mojisola Alli-Macaulay (Amuwo-Odofin I).

Aramide Adeyoye

Others are Mrs Aramide Adeyoye, Special Adviser on Works and Infrastructure; Mr Ganiyu Egunjobi, Executive Chairman, Agege Local Government Council; and Mr Johnson Babatunde, his counterpart in Orile-Agege LCDA.

NewsSourceCredit: NAN

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