Residents call on government to fix bad bridge (photos)

Residents call on government to fix bad bridge (photos)

Residents in Ibadan have called on to the government of Oyo state for help over the state of the bridge that connects Alexander Apata to Kuola Apata.

In a report sent to NAIJ.com, the residents claimed that the bridge is so dilapidated that it was becoming unsafe.

He called on the government to come to the aid of the people in order make commuting easier.

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Residents call on government to fix bad bridge (photos)

The bad bridge in Ibadan in need of repair. Credit: NAIJ.com

He said residents have tried their best to cushion the effect of the problem and called on the government to fix it.

Residents call on government to fix bad bridge (photos)

The resident complained that the bridge is becoming terrible for commuters. Credit: NAIJ.com

He wrote: "These are pictures of dilapidated bridge that joins Alexander Apata Ibadan to Kuola Apata to Akala expressway Ibadan were taken on 5th December 2017.

"People in the area need help.

Residents call on government to fix bad bridge (photos)

The residents called on the government of Oyo state to look into this problem. Credit: NAIJ.com

"It's my route and it’s obvious nothing has been done.

"It is almost a year now and the wooden bridge was done 2 months ago to cushion the hardship."

Meanwhile, the 25 roads that will be fixed with the N100 billion Sukuk bond proceeds was released.

Kemi Adeosun who is the minister of finance had presented the N100 billion proceeds to Babatunde Fashola, the minister of power, works and housing on Thursday, October 5.

The minister had said the proceeds would be used to support the federal government’s capital spending for 2017.

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Source: Naija.ng

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