Ambode and the projects that changed the face of Lagos

Monday, May 15 to May 19, 2017 is a week the people of Lagos State will never forget in a hurry. It was the week Governor,  Akinwunmi Ambode delivered some landmark  projects, ranging from top class pedestrian bridges to lay-bys and segregated bus  terminals. It was, indeed, as many observers have noted, a week that changed Lagos. *Ambode … Abule-Egba bridge will cut travel time When Ambode came on board on May 29, 2015, one of the first steps he took was to visit the major traffic flashpoints in the state and, together with his team, he worked out ingenious strategies not only to ensure free flow of traffic, but also to change the aesthetics of Lagos for good. Two years into the administration, the result of the interventions of the Ambode administration is visible across the state. As part of the activities marking the 50 years of Lagos, the governor has been commissioning projects initiated and completed by his administration, but the commissioning of May 15 to 19, 2017 would go down as symbolic in the history of the state. First, on Tuesday, May 16, Ambode, to the admiration of the people of Ojodu-Berger, commissioned 98 metres pedestrian bridges (the longest in Nigeria), lay-bys and slip road.
Ambode and the projects that changed the face of Lagos  Ambode and the projects that changed the face of Lagos Reviewed by LinkNaija on May 28, 2017 Rating: 5

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