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Thursday, November 03, 2016

Lagos Ibadan Expressway To Be Closed Down..


Well A section actually!



FRSC's Head Media Relations and Strategy, Bisi Kazeem says a section of Lagos /Ibadan expressway at Sagamu Interchange is to be closed down between today Thursday 03 to Saturday 12 November, 2016 from 11am on Thursday.


This is to effect repairs on approximately a 5 Km stretch of the affected sections of Lagos/Ibadan axis by Julius Berger.


Traffic will now be diverted at this stretch to Ibadan / Lagos axis. FRSC has therefore withdrawn some men and resources from adjoining commands to assist in traffic control.

We appeal for utmost caution and patience.

FRSC HQ

30 comments:

  1. They should close it down permanently abeg
    That place is a death zone

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    1. Death zone for u and ur hommies??? U re damn unreasonable I swear. A major road shld be closed done even when it is being repeated for d yelutide season. Thank God voices like urs re never heard.

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    2. May God punish ur generations
      U shall forever remain an anon.

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  2. Better FRSC serving Nigerians better. I just love their new disposition and competent officers.

    The messages got around on Tuesday night. Our foodstuff supplier from Edo Alhaji Isa B was here yesterday with every every, na only avocado no dey, waiting for 2 of my friends at 12noon to sort and share the foodstuffs.

    Nigeria go better!

    Xhlrted P

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  4. Hmmm.. I hope this will not affect my journey on Saturday? Baba God take over my journey oooh.

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  5. I pray the repair will put an end to the road accident people has been experienced on that major road.

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    1. Dis ur grammar can cause an accident on a major road

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  6. That is a good move, the road is long overdue for repairs,

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  7. Na wa oo xp. what is the connextion btw this post and the gist now? na wa

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    1. The connection is that foodstuffs for my family arrived earlier than closure date. Kikiki

      You want some?
      "Grinning"

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  8. Wow! I was like when will they repair the road,Good news for motorists and travellers..




    Missylynn

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  9. Fashola is working, Nigeria is moving forward. Competent minister
    The road is long over due

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  10. Mehn, traffic is going to be very terrible :(

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  11. And with Holyghost service coming up in redemption camp on Friday, thinking about traffic.

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  12. Na every year dem dey fix this road?

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  13. This road is always under repair.

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