Tuesday, January 23, 2018
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by Usman Alabi They are five mega structures, and their location signifies the commitment of the state government to open up the fringes of the state for a backward and forward linkage type of economic development. Beyond this, it also...
by YMonitor The Agbado flyover is the second of the five abandoned flyover, according to traders and residents of the area, it has also been abandoned for more than a year, compared to the Ijoko flyover, there is still a...
by Usman Alabi The project is said to have been abandoned for close to two years. Commuters have given up on the project and most of them are in the dark on the reason why the Ogun state government abandoned...
by Usman Alabi It was not a pleasant experience tracking these five mega projects. We were not prepared for the consequence of embarking on such a task. Perhaps our definition of abandoned projects does not include what we were about...
by Usman Alabi Watch full video of the interview we had with one of the community leaders over the issue of  the abandoned World Bank assisted school projecrs at Iwaya and Igbobi. The schools are : Onike Girls High School, Yaba;...
by Usman Alabi S/N Project Name Local Government Status   1     Construction of Re-inforced Concrete Dual Carriage Flyover at Abule-Egba Junction along Abeokuta Expressway Ifako-Ijaye LG Ongoing, 68%complete 2 Rehabilitation of Strategic Arterial/Inner Roads in Epe Phase 1 Epe LG Ongoing, 63% complete 3 Upgrading/Rehabilitation of New Market/Camp Davis/Ishefun (Section 1) Alimosho LG Ongoing, 97% complete 4 Upgrading/Rehabilitation of Aiyetoro road...
by Ajadi Daniel To these communities where the projects are abandoned, development is everything but a blessing. They are calling on the government to pull down the structures because they are now threat to lives and properties, according to the...
by Usman Alabi Report reaching us has it that transport fares would be increased for BRT  and LAGBUS and other franchise buses, which would take effect from March 1, 2017. The governor of the state has approved 20 to 50 percent...

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