Residents in Benue state have called on the attention of the government to the state of the bridge linking the state to Taraba saying, it is in a terrible state of disrepair.
One of the residents, Utor Msughter, in a post to NAIJ.com complained that the bridge located at Katsina-Ala local government area of Benue is in a bad state.
The resident warned that if measures are not taken, it could collapse and affect lives and properties.
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Meanwhile, the orders by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo aimed at clearing the traffic congestion in the Apapa area of Lagos state in a bid to ensure the relocation of oil companies’ headquarters to the Niger Delta have continuously been flouted.
Most oil firms in Lagos maintain that there is no need to relocate to the region as they already have vibrant operations there and are only maintaining small head offices in other parts of Nigeria. Some others claim they have headquarters there and are, therefore, not affected by the mandate.
The spokesperson for Shell Nigeria, Bamidele Odugbesan, informed newsmen on Wednesday, August 22, that Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) had had its headquarters in the region (Port Harcourt), many years before the issuance of the order.
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