fashola applauds self over construction projects - Fashola Applauds Self Over Construction Projects

Fashola Applauds Self Over Construction Projects

Fashola and bad roads - Fashola Applauds Self Over Construction Projects

The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, says that his office has done tremendously well in the areas of road construction and housing.

Naija News reports that the tripartite minister made this known at a media parley in his Abuja office on Monday, April 29th.

While speaking, Fashola said; “Construction workers will tell you that they now have a better deal, likewise quarry operators. More importantly, the road transport operators and their unions and commuters will tell you that their journey times are better. The housing sector has a similar story of economic opportunities with construction going on in 34 states most of which are now largely completed.

But our work is not finished. These are some of the reasons why President Muhammadu Buhari was re-elected. To take the people to the next level and finish the job.” He said the Buhari government has opened a new page in the power sector through his ministry about the possibilities that lie in the off- grid sources. In the works sector, the Ilorin-Jebba road which had collapsed and used to take 3-7 days to traverse 93km is now finished and take a little over one hour to travel.

Maintenance work on bridges, long neglected is being undertaken on assets like 3rd Mainland Bridge, Isaac Boro Bridge, Tamburawa Bridge, Eko Bridge, the old Niger Bridge, while new ones like 2nd Niger Bridge, Bodo-Bonny Bridge, Loko-Oweto Bridge, are being constructed and others have been recently awarded,” he said

Fashola also used the opportunity to say there has been a massive development in the power sector under the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration.

In a similar vein, Fashola said that well-meaning Nigerians can attest to the fact that power supply has improved compared to what it was before the Buhari-led administration came into power in 2015.

 

 

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