The Apapa-Wharf Road reconstruction in Lagos State has achieved only 10 per cent completion, an official of the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing (FMPWH), has said.
Mrs Olukorede Keisha, an FMPWH engineer supervising the project, said on Tuesday at the project site that presence of gas pipes and other public utilities in the road’s Right of Way (RoW) delayed the project execution.
The engineer spoke in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
She said that the contractors handling the project had, however, resolved the problem.
Keisha said that 200 metres of concrete road and 230 metres of drains had been constructed on section one of the project.
“The project is about 10 per cent completed; we finished 230 metres of drain and 200 metres of concrete road on section one.
“We have about four layers of road to make the…
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