We know All the stress that the commuters are experiencing on Agric-Ishawo and Igbogbo Roads in Ikorodu area of Lagos State will soon go away , Governor Sanwo-Olu made this revelation on Thursday.
The Governor added that he felt the pains of residents going through the abandoned routes, he disclosed that contractors would be fully mobilised for reconstruction work on the two roads, which he described as “critical” to the state’s economic wellbeing.
Gov. Sanwo-Olu made this revelation on an inspection tour of Rice Mill and Industrial Park project being developed by the state government at Imota.
He said: “We are know of two major bad roads that are in Ikorodu Division; the Igbogbo Road and Agric-Ishawo Road. Once the rains goes down, which could be in couple of weeks from now, we hope that the contractor will fully start work on the sites.
“I appeal to residents to bear with us, but we will take responsibility of the rehabilitation of these important roads. We are going to fulfill our campaign promises to complete all abandoned projects. We are asking all our team citizens in Ikorodu to be patient. We know how bad these roads are to their daily activities.
“I had been on these roads before and I know the conditions they are presently. It is for the people to exercise patience because for road construction, we need to be very tactical to ensure there is no wastage in materials. Once the rain reduce a little bit, the contractor will be fully start work on the sites and Lagosians will begin to see major improvement on the two major roads in Ikorodu.”
The Governor was also on the tour with his deputy, Dr. Obafemi Hamzat, and Head of Service, Mr. Hakeem Muri-Okunola, and other top government officials.