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Saturday, January 27, 2018

Gov Ikpeazu Visits Port Harcourt Road In Aba...

Port Harcourt road gradually became blocked because the people decided to empty their bins directly on the road!!!
This post is to bring you good news that you can now drive through port harcourt road after years of being tagged 'Refuse dump' and smelling so badly that people physically get sick when they walk past.

















You also have a role to play,stop blaming the govt...Keep your environment clean and if you cannot re-cycle your trash,then burn what can be burnt it in a hole and keep off the roads...


12 comments:

  1. Aba and dirt Na 5 and 6.
    Thank GOD they're doing something about it . If you go to Aba in rainy season,you'll cry for them.

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    1. You are very correct, during rainy season if not for school runs,the best thing is to park my car,cos the everyday traffic is always heartbreaking,flood everywhere, Nonsense.

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  2. Praiseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee the lord.....

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  3. Provide them a place to dump the trash!...
    I don't know if Aba is cursed!...
    There is no excuse for a failed government!...
    Go to Enugu and see how a state should look like!...
    Sullivan Chime should win the best ex governor in Nigeria!...

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    1. Queen I agree with you whole heartedly

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  4. Cleanliness in next to Godliness.
    Thumbs up.

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  5. I read this with mixed feelings, I was born, bred & groomed in Aba for more than 20 years until I left.

    The Aba of my childhood was very clean with Amusement Parks and all, with a well planned city centre. With increasing population and poor urban planning cum solid waste management over the years, Aba became a synonym for open dumping.

    Aba's problem is the political class' refusal to do what is right over the years.

    Port Harcourt Road did not degenerate into a waste dump today or five years ago.

    That road is a dual carriage way that serves as an exit/entrance for Port Harcourt, Rivers State axis.

    Portions of the road collapsed gradually, and with no maintenance, one lane and eventually the whole stretch of the road was abandoned. Sadly, residents turned it to a waste dump. It is very nasty I tell you.

    For almost TWENTY YEARS, that road has been abandoned,making the alternative exit/entrance (Osisioma Road) overladen with traffic. In fact, now, you can get to Osisioma by 5pm, and cross it by 9pm.

    What of Ngwa Road? Azikiwe Road? Omuma Road? Osusu Road? Most of these roads were built 30-40 years ago. Zero maintenance and abandonment has become their fate. Imagine a massive road failure of all the major roads and the successive governments looked on.

    The current government should do right, fix Aba and restore it's glory.
    Posterity will bless you.

    #ForgiveMyEpistle

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    1. Exactly!!! The aba I know as a kid was very clean, had amusement and nature parks,we would even go boat riding

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  6. I read this with mixed feelings, I was born, bred & groomed in Aba for more than 20 years until I left.

    The Aba of my childhood was very clean with Amusement Parks and all, with a well planned city centre. With increasing population and poor urban planning cum solid waste management over the years, Aba became a synonym for open dumping.

    Aba's problem is the political class' refusal to do what is right over the years.

    Port Harcourt Road did not degenerate into a waste dump today or five years ago.

    That road is a dual carriage way that serves as an exit/entrance for Port Harcourt, Rivers State axis.

    Portions of the road collapsed gradually, and with no maintenance, one lane and eventually the whole stretch of the road was abandoned. Sadly, residents turned it to a waste dump. It is very nasty I tell you.

    For almost TWENTY YEARS, that road has been abandoned,making the alternative exit/entrance (Osisioma Road) overladen with traffic. In fact, now, you can get to Osisioma by 5pm, and cross it by 9pm.

    What of Ngwa Road? Azikiwe Road? Omuma Road? Osusu Road? Most of these roads were built 30-40 years ago. Zero maintenance and abandonment has become their fate. Imagine a massive road failure of all the major roads and the successive governments looked on.

    The current government should do right, fix Aba and restore it's glory.
    Posterity will bless you.

    #ForgiveMyEpistle

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    1. Am not sure you the correct fact.That isn't up to half of the year you claim .

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