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Rehabilitation Of Federal Roads Will Begin On December 1 – Dave Umahi

Dave Umahi

Dave Umahi

The Minister for Works, Dave Umahi has come out to announce that the rehabilitation and palliative work on all failed federal roads will commence on December 1, 2023.

He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, he currently has plans for actualising a sustainable road infrastructure throughout the country, and that will be his answer to the complaints by commuters and residents on dilapidated federal roads.

He added that he wants to tackle road infrastructure issues head-on, not minding the heavy volume of debt burden inherited from most of the ongoing road projects.

His words, “The attention of the Federal Ministry of Works has been drawn to the concerns of the public on the deplorable situations of some sections of the Federal roads throughout the Federation as reported in many media platforms, especially social media and newspaper pages.

Without prejudice to all the good efforts of the past administration on road infrastructure development which they tackled within the limit of their resources, the work to be done to change the ugly state of our roads is quite enormous.

Mr. President is not complaining of the challenges he inherited in nearly all sectors of the economy, especially as it concerns our road infrastructure and he has directed that works in those palliative projects must commence before 1st December 2023, while observing all due process.

On the sections being frequently complained of by the public in all regions of the North and South of the country, Mr. President has equally isolated them and directed immediate actions on them and indeed work has started on all such roads. The public can crosscheck our claims and report back to us.”

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