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By Fidel Ozugha

The slow pace of work going on the Mushin-NNPC-Ejigbo road of Lagos State has been condemned.

The member of Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Barrister Okey-Joe Onuakalusi, expressed deep concerns over the slow pace of the construction work on the ever busy road which links to Ijegun and other interland areas.

In a press release made available to The NationGuardNews by his Special Adviser on Media and Communication, Mazi Chuks Nwosu, the Lawmaker who represents Oshodi/Isolo Federal Constituency 11 drew attention to ”the slow pace of the construction work on the Mushin-NNPC-Ejigbo road in Lagos State, which commenced in 2023.

”Despite the contractor and workers being on site, the project’s progress is uncertain, and its completion within the specified timeframe is in doubt. The project appears to be experiencing “motion without movement.

”As a member of the House Committee on Works and FERMA, I am eager to ensure the timely completion of this project. Therefore, I respectfully urge the Honourable Minister of Works to deploy a team of engineers and experts, including the Federal Controller of Works in charge of the South West and Lagos, to join the inspection team. I suggest this inspection take place on Monday, July 29, 2024, at noon.

Going further, he kindly requested a prompt response to the request, arguing that it was very essential to address the concerns surrounding the project’s progress.

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