Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun State on Thursday approached the Federal Government to announce a highly sensitive situation on administrative roads in the nation.
Abiodun who decided when individuals from the Senate Committee on Works drove by its Chairman, Sen. Adamu Aliero, paid him a cordiality visit on Thursday in Abeokuta said the call got basic as a portion of the streets; particularly those in the South-West district were truly wretched.
“The township, country and interfacing streets are truly wretched. I need to approach you to announce a highly sensitive situation on the government streets since maybe our streets are nonexistent,” he said.
He further expressed that because of the condition of the street his organization was putting forth attempts towards discovering available resources to guarantee that individuals move about effectively.
“This exertion we are doing is to guarantee there is no loss of beneficial time and loss of lives.
“The Lagos-Ibadan freeway is being recreated; it will be a six-path street. The populace blast on that passageway has far surpassed in that measurement. That street which is the busiest in Nigeria ought to in any event be a 10-path street at the base.
“By righteousness of our area, we have government streets including the Lagos-Ibadan interstate which crosses through Ogun, the busiest thruway in the nation, Sagamu-Ikorodu and the Lagos-Ota-Abeokuta street.
“We have the issue whereby our streets see increasingly more strange traffic that they were not worked for. We have an issue,” he said.
“At the point when I was educated you were going ahead that roadway, I shook my head knowing the nerve racking experience.
“This is on the grounds that this is the condition of this specific roadway that was the fundamental connection between the north and the south in the past before the Lagos-Ibadan express was fabricated.
“It keeps on outstanding the elective street for individuals going to Ibadan from Lagos, it would have been what given alleviation to the measure of vehicles going on the Lagos-Ibadan road,” he included.