Apapa Wharf Road Will Be Closed For A Year Due To Reconstruction of The Deplorable Road
In Lagos, Major parts of Apapa Wharf is set to be closed for a year due to reconstruction activities that has commenced on the road. The road will be shut down in order to give convenient chances to the engineers and other construction materials on the road.
The former governor of Lagos State and currently the Honorable minister of works, power and housing, Mr Babatunde Raji Fashola (SAN) made this known at the signing of Memorandum of Understanding, (MoU) with Dangote and other stakeholders worth N4.34 Billion for the reconstruction of the road in Lagos, yesterday.
Fashola added that the reconstruction of the Apapa Wharf road will be financed by AG Dangote Construction Company Ltd which is an arm of Dangote Groups, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) and Flour Mills of Nigeria.
He also added that the use of AG Dangote Construction Company for the reconstruction of 2km road was to make the road attractive, strong and have a better look with concrete.
Fashola clearly stated that the reconstruction activities commenced on Apapa Wharf Road yesterday, June 17th, 2017. He pleaded the residents of Lagos state to keep off from the road as the reconstruction processes is still on dot.
In summary, as the road kick started yesterday, June 17th, 2017., it will be completed next year, June 17th, 2018. To all Lagosians and residents in Lagos and other travelers should kindly heed to this official plea just for the development of Lagos state and the whole Nigeria because, Lagos state is the center of foreign recognitions, business transactions and other goodies that will or have arrived in Nigeria especially, the Apapa Wharf where importation and exportation takes place.