Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: PDP Tells Fashola To Resign And Apologise To Nigerians For Saying Nigerians Roads Are Not As Bad As Potrayed..

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Sunday, November 10, 2019

PDP Tells Fashola To Resign And Apologise To Nigerians For Saying Nigerians Roads Are Not As Bad As Potrayed..

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has called on the Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, to resign his position immediately.






This is following a statement made by the Minister which has stirred reactions.
Fashola, who was a former Governor of Lagos State had insisted that Nigerian roads are not as bad as being portrayed.

He stated this while addressing State House correspondents after the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting on Wednesday.

“The roads are not as bad as they are often portrayed. I know that this is going to be your headline, but the roads are not that bad,” Fashola had said.

Reacting, PDP in a statement signed by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan urged Fashola to apologise to Nigerians for making such statement.

The opposition party described the statement as ‘unfortunate’ and a violent assault on the sensibility of over 200 million Nigerians.
from dailypost.



Please we need to post bad roads for Fashola to see...send in photos of any bad road you run into and we will post....

19 comments:

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    1. He's been goofing before being made a minister.

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    2. The roads are even worst than portrayed. Go to mgbee orlu and see for yourself what erosion is doing there.

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  2. Stella ur suggestin is good
    They talk rubbish always. Thatz how one travelled abroad n said nothing like kidnapn
    May God deal with them.
    Lady bugsis😎😎😎😎

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  3. Dey don patch many

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    1. @anon07:09 patch which one? Make we begin de call dem? Warri/Sapele rd? Enugu/Port Harcourt? Calabar/ITU rd? Abi East/West rd wey dem do no put gutter, now pipo de sleep dia wake? If we wan count am finish this administration tenure for end we still de count o my brother. Fashola no de live for Nigeria o or else him for sabi some.

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  4. He's a big joke. All the roads in Lagos state are very terrible. Mr.minister get to work.

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  5. I think when people join active politics they become delusional.... Soooo many thoughts going on in my head right now...
    Sorry Tunde, politics has messed with your head.

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  6. But this is how the Govt of today talk. They never ever rise up to the challenges of leadership. If it's not blaming PDP it is outrageous denial.

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  7. And He knew they will use it as headline.

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  8. The roads are terrible, delta roads are no longer good imagine my mum spending about 13 hours on the road to the village from Lagos just because the benin warri road is very bad, the bus drivers now pass through agbor with is longer than usual.

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  9. He's very Insensitive!! The roads are TERRIBLE...... How can he not see them? Is he serious?? Let me not even talk!!


    The traffic these days us crazy... Apart from the fact that Nigerians are impatient drivers but bad road is a major contribution to it!!

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  10. What do you expect from him when he and his pay master hardly use these roads

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  11. When u travel by air, how do you know if your village roads are bad? Yeh yeah dey smell, I beg shift make I pass!

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  12. Stella, I don't have a drone but I will take it as a biz in the next few weeks and send you pictures.

    1. Lagos Badagry Expressway, Mile 2, Trade Fair, Volks, Abule Ado, Festac, agbara, Okoko, oko afo etc

    2. Lagos Abeokuta expressway, Oja Oba, Ile Epo, Along Ikeja, Sogunle/Ladipo, Super, From Meiran to Toll gate, Sango immediately after the bridge, Sona, Owode Ijako, a little after ijako, Ewekoro, Itori etc

    Lagos Ibadan expressway and even odeda, omi adio end!

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  13. Shameless pdpigs. 16 years in the saddle and nothing to show for it. Instead of burying their heads in shame they are joining ti condemn the people in power now. Joblessness and not having access to free money is really taking a toll.

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