The Managing Director of the Federal Roads Maintenance Agency, Mr Nurudeen Rafindadi, on Wednesday assured motorists of speedy completion of repairs on the Lagos-Badagry Expressway.
The News Agency of Nigeria reported that Rafindadi spoke on Wednesday during the mini-commencement of the general maintenance of the Lagos-Badagry-Seme dual carriageway, Okokomaiko-Agbara sections at Igbo-Elerin on the highway.
He said the government awarded the contract in May and was committed to making the portion under contract from Igbo-elerin to Agbara junction motorable.
“From Eric Moore to this point is being handled by the Lagos State Government. The second section which is the middle section is from this point.
He explained that the Federal Ministry of Works was also working on the third section of the highway from Agbara to Seme border.
Rafindadi said that the contract sum was about N3.6bn, saying measures were in place to ensure that the rainy season did not affect construction works.