Stella Dimoko Lagos Government Closes Road From Mile 2 To Tin Can Island For Palliative Repairs


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Monday, June 17, 2019

Lagos Government Closes Road From Mile 2 To Tin Can Island For Palliative Repairs

The Lagos State government on Monday announced the closure of the road from Mile 2 to Tin Can Island ports corridor.

This announcement was made on Monday by the Permanent Secretary in the state Ministry of Transportation, Taiwo Salaam. The closure is to allow palliative repairs on the road.

The closure takes effect from Monday, June 17, 2019, and will last for 48 hours.

Salaam said, “The closure would be effected to allow the construction company to speed up the palliative repair works on the corridor due to incessant and avoidable accidents experienced by motorists. All trucks should avoid the corridor to all the repair works which are done in the interest of motorists.

“These repairs and so many others that are in the offing are in consonance with the plans of the administration of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to make Lagos traffic free for its citizenry,” Salam added.

From Daily Post

Sanwo Olu!!!


  1. Please it's long overdue. That is a great move.

  2. Good news. Lord please help this man. There's hope.

  3. Good and bad news. Hold ups go finish person

  4. Good initiative, but it would have been better the repairs is done on weekends.

    1. I dont know why our leaders cant do repairs weekend. Anything to frustrate office workers.

    2. Great initiative, I hope it continues.

  5. Great news? traffic ganwu people o

  6. you can never please the world people. They will always complain. its their default mode. Two days to bear traffic so we will be free for longer. Is it too much to ask?

  7. This is a very good move. Weldone Gov. Sanwo Olu


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