JUST IN: Senate asks works ministry to remove all speed bumps on federal highways

JUST IN: Senate asks works ministry to remove all speed bumps on federal highways

- The illegal and inappropriate speed bumps on Nigerian roads are expected to be removed immediately

- The Nigerian Senate on Tuesday, October 3, asked the Ministry of Power, works and housing to start the removal of the speed bumps

- The Senate noted that the speed bumps are erected on almost all federal highways in the country

The Nigerian Senate on Tuesday, October 3, asked the Ministry of Power, works and housing to remove all speed bumps indiscriminately erected on federal highways nationwide, Premium times reports.

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The ministry is headed by Babatunde Fashola, a former Lagos state governor.

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The Senate noted that the speed bumps are erected on almost all federal highways by whoever wanted, thereby causing agony for road users.

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that the Senate highlighted some of its legislative priorities as the National Assembly resumed from its annual recess on Tuesday, September 26.

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Source: Naija.ng

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