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See Lagos-Benin Expressway Bridge That’s At Risk Of Collapse



A section of the bridge before Okada Junction on the Lagos-Benin Highway has caved in and has been causing unending gridlocks.

A federal lawmaker Mr Dennis Idahosa, has called attention to the failed portion of the busy expressway.

Mr Dennis Idahosa is a member representing Ovia Federal Constituency, warned that Ugbogui Bridge in Ovia Southwest Local Government Area of Edo would soon collapse.

Idahosa, chairman of the House Committee on Legislative Compliance, expressed regret that the bridge had been left unattended by the authorities concerned in spite of the heavy traffic on the route.

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“My worries are not about the traffic around the bridge but about the danger to which Nigerians who use the bridge are exposed.

“The Lagos-Benin Highway is about the busiest road in the country and I am sure you will understand why I worry about what might happen if this bridge is not fixed as soon as possible.

“From the portion that has completely caved in, one can clearly see the river and also notice the increase in vibration as motorists struggle to find their way through the narrow section that is good.

“It is a disaster waiting to happen and I am calling on the relevant government authority, the Ministry of Works through the Federal Roads Maintenance Agency to urgently address the problem,’’ Idahosa said.

The lawmaker inspected the bridge told the News Agency of Nigeria that it would collapse unless urgent steps were taken to salvage it. is an authoritative car blog in Nigeria. Its objective is to get Nigerians and a wider audience to be more informed about automobiles, the automotive sector and transport infrastructure. Over the years, we have been instrumental in creating immeasurable public awareness about automobiles and their maintenance, safety and traffic laws, amongst others. ...Your mobility, our priority. NK

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