By Bankole Wright
In line with Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode’s zero-tolerance on pot-holes, the Lagos State Public Works Corporation (LSPWC) Maintenance gangs have intensified work in some areas to make roads more motorable thereby easing traffic congestion.
Recently, the LSPWC, saddled with the responsibility of maintaining and fixing pot-holes and bad portions on Lagos roads extended the developmental projects to the hospital environment by rehabilitating the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) Internal road network in Ikeja, Lagos.
Besides, traffic gridlock along the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway is fast disappearing with Governor Ambode Zero-tolerance to pot-holes on Lagos roads (pix shows LSPWC Maintenance gangs constantly at work on the dual carriage road).
Governor Ambode’s strong belief in running an all-inclusive government has also seen the extension of development to the nooks and crannies of Lagos. Also recently, the LSPWC gang carried out the reconstruction of Oba Amusa Avenue, Alimosho Local Government.
Governor Ambode has also touched the lives of people of the Lagos Mainland by recently rehabilitating Oshipitan Street in Somolu Local Government.