Repairs on Third Mainland Bridge begin today Reviewed by Momizat on . The Minister of State for Works, Bashir Yuguda on Friday said that the repair works on the Third Mainland Bridge which was suspended indefinitely by the Lagos s The Minister of State for Works, Bashir Yuguda on Friday said that the repair works on the Third Mainland Bridge which was suspended indefinitely by the Lagos s Rating:
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Repairs on Third Mainland Bridge begin today

The Minister of State for Works, Bashir Yuguda on Friday said that the repair works on the Third Mainland Bridge which was suspended indefinitely by the Lagos state government will be begin on Friday.

The Minister disclosed this while inaugurating the repair of eight expansion joints on the Third Mainland Bridge.

According to Mr Yuguda, the repair of the longest bridge in Africa will cost N1.055 billion and is being handled by Messrs Borini Prono & Co (Nig.) Limited.

The contract will run from July 6, 2012 to November 5, 2012.

According to the contract papers, the first phase of the replacement of expansion joints will begin on the inward Lagos side between Ebute Meta Interchange and Adeniji Adele. This section will be shut for the duration of the repair work.

The second phase if on the outward Lagos side between Adeniji Adele and Ebute Meta Interchange.

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  • Bisol375

    It’s unthinkable that LASG would stop FG in its works of repair of 3MB. Somebody is not telling the truth about this; and to make it more unacceptable, the repair works begins TODAY!!! This can only happen in Nigeria

  • Adeshina Alamu

    FUNNY COUNTRY. UNSERIOUS GOVERNMENT. CORRUPT LEADERSHIP. DOCILE FOLLOWERSHIP.

  • Ejeckamarthur

    Whats wrong with the bridg,or is it another evenue to chop money.please there lots of things to do with money…
    Creat jobs for the youths .Is of more important that repair.look at the kind
    of you calling on repair alone.

    • E007mack7

      You are wright bros tell them.

    • AngryNigerian

      Have you been on the bridge recently? It’s a death trap. The joints where the several sections of the bridge are all dipping. The need to be raised. When you get to the joints, you will literarily have to slow down or else the nose of our car will dip and on coming out, you car will be airborne. I am even surprised it took this long. It should have been done 10yrs ago. And I cannot complain about the many cause I don’t kno what it takes to fix something like that.

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