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Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by zudozz: 8:13pm On Sep 25, 2020
Ha! Una wan repair road wey igbo people dey pass go Alaba international and trade fair?


Na now una remember say d road dey there? shocked
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by NGpatriot: 8:16pm On Sep 25, 2020
Lisaint:
Lagos state government is just working on Mile 2-okokomaiko part only



Federal government is in charge of agbara -Badagry via Ferma


And FERMA already give it out to an unknown company called

“WE construction company” ( Those ones have their yard at agbara)

The problem there is the company FERMA gave it too!

They were working slowly pre covid 19
Immediately covid 19 started
They lock their yard at agbara!


Up till now they are not back to site!
And FERMA Which is suppose to query them are quiet!


In a nutshell!

Stop saying working resume on Lagos-Badagry expressway because the other company is yet to return to site


Work resumed already be cause workers are on site working, you can not say otherwise just because some other contractors are yet to show up. It's like saying school is still closed just because some students refused to go to school while other students are siting in class studying..
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Sleekfingers: 8:17pm On Sep 25, 2020
I wonder when they are going to finish this road....from fashola to ambode , now sanwo olu....

I pity people residing in that axis....that road is extremely terrible.....lastweek saturday my car got stuck at barrack bus stop on my way to badagry......

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Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by segebase(m): 8:30pm On Sep 25, 2020
lots of workers was placed on redundancy on this project including me cos of the pandemic
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by mattmogan88: 8:43pm On Sep 25, 2020
SHAKING MY HEAD
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Lisaint(m): 8:45pm On Sep 25, 2020
Activist001:

Pure undiluted truth, but who go hear us my guy?

Since the first day I saw that WE company and the other one (I've even forgotten the name) and how nonchalant they are with the project, I knew the thing had no head.

Before Agbara is even better. After Agbara is hell. cry








This is the front yard of the unknown company FERMA put in charge of agbara to Badagry!


Have tried to find them online no answer!


Even on google

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Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Lisaint(m): 9:01pm On Sep 25, 2020
NGpatriot:



Work resumed already be cause workers are on site working, you can not say otherwise just because some other contractors are yet to show up. It's like saying school is still closed just because some students refused to go to school while other students are siting in class studying..




That’s today shot!
And that’s Agbara


Work resume on Mile2-okoko

The SSA to Gov Sanwo (Mr jagz)
Is trying to score some cheap political point!
To make it sound like
LASG is handling it from lagos-Badagry


The thing is they have the right to query FERMA and report back to the citizens what’s going with Agbara-Badagry route
Cause this people has suffer for too long!
I stay around Badagry and i know what I’m saying


Lagos state government is only in charge of mile2-okoko
Their work stop at okoko


They are not handling
Agbara-Badagry

Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Lisaint(m): 9:09pm On Sep 25, 2020
Activist001:

Pure undiluted truth, but who go hear us my guy?

Since the first day I saw that WE company and the other one (I've even forgotten the name) and how nonchalant they are with the project, I knew the thing had no head.

Before Agbara is even better. After Agbara is hell. cry

If not that this is NIGERIA
where anything can happen if you bribe the right person

They are not even supposed to give that WE company a road as important as Badagry!

I tried to look for roads they have constructed before online and I can’t find any!



I was saying it jokingly in the bus few days ago that i will only take FG serious if they award this agbara-Badagry road to serious company like Julius berger or CCRCC


All this unnamed company are just here to chop
,do small ,worsen the condition of the road and run away!


We haven’t even talk about the numerous police road block on this same agbara-Badagry

Collecting

#100
#200
#500
From motorists

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Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Draxy(m): 9:54pm On Sep 25, 2020
No work resumed abegi, there are just working on few part of the mile 2 side, that is because trailers have been falling there, and at night boys rob and shoot in the traffic.

Dont misinform the public. The real bad road of the badagry stretch road is from trade fair, barracks alaba axis and upwards. With this rain if you pass there just charge your phone well and sleep, because you go dey bus old.
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Lisaint(m): 10:34pm On Sep 25, 2020
Draxy:
No work resumed abegi, there are just working on few part of the mile 2 side, that is because trailers have been falling there, and at night boys rob and shoot in the traffic.

Dont misinform the public. The real bad road of the badagry stretch road is from trade fair, barracks alaba axis and upwards. With this rain if you pass there just charge your phone well and sleep, because you go dey bus old.

Bless you bro
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Blackmann001: 10:34pm On Sep 25, 2020
MANNABBQGRILLS:
Good governance.

God bless Sanwo-olu (even if we didn't vote for you back then!)
God bless Nigeria.

As if u won't call him useless when master tinubu directs u to...

Zombies everywhere!

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Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Iremidejoy: 11:06pm On Sep 25, 2020
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Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by NGpatriot: 1:46am On Sep 26, 2020
Draxy:
No work resumed abegi, there are just working on few part of the mile 2 side, that is because trailers have been falling there, and at night boys rob and shoot in the traffic.

Dont misinform the public. The real bad road of the badagry stretch road is from trade fair, barracks alaba axis and upwards. With this rain if you pass there just charge your phone well and sleep, because you go dey bus old.

No work resumed, but they are just working


They did not resume work, but they are working?

See contradiction..

Why are you contradicting yourself and falling all over your own words?

NL is sometimes like a twilight zone.


grin grin
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by NGpatriot: 1:50am On Sep 26, 2020
Blackmann001:


As if u won't call him useless when master tinubu directs u to...

Zombies everywhere!


The only reason why ipobs are alive is Tinubu, they can not do without shouting his name, without paying homage to him, without letting us know how important Tinubu is in their miserable lives.

Say good morning to ipobs and watch they reply you by shouting Tinubu as if their last bowl of akpu depends on Tinubu.

Life must be very painful and sorrowful for you without Tinubu.

grin grin
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Cherez: 3:17am On Sep 26, 2020
MANNABBQGRILLS:

Yessss oooo!

Wondering why Lagos is the best state in Nigeria?!
Because PDP has never had the opportunity to be in power, they would have raped her to death!

Dangerous rapist!


TRUE CONFESSION from MANNABBQGRILLS:

People have been asking how much we were paid to campaign for Buhari , We always deny the allegation.
The new year is around the corner and we want to come clean.
Yes we were paid to campaign for Buhari 
Buhari himself paid us.
He paid us when he started completing abandoned projects,
he paid us when he paid pensioners, (even the pensions of Old Biafran soldiers that have been neglected since 1970's,
he paid us when after 35 years of paper work he finally brought a train to Warri.
Yes he paid us to campaign for him.
He paid us when he allowed even those that curse him to access N-power and Tradermoni.
He paid us when he prevented fuel marketers from going on strike that would have lead to untold hardship during the holiday period.
He paid us, and handsomely too. 
For more of these payments we and every sane, honest and hardworking Nigerians are standing with our darling Daddy.

He paid us after we saw some of his achievements going on around the country as highlighted on this thread...

https://www.nairaland.com/6137046/12-reasons-nigerias-agric-revolution#94211092

Dem MANNA, continue to give them the LAMBA! wink

Nobody can deny that there are very serious challenges in the country, particularly in the areas of security, the economy, and standard of living generally. But that is not all there is to Nigeria of today, and those challenges are being addressed very robustly. That hymn says “behind a frowning providence, He hides a smiling face. His purposes will ripen fast, unfolding every hour.” We will surely see an end to the challenges, if we all work together, and eschew hate speeches.

In the voice of children of hate, frustration and perdition.........


People should and must not listen to this bad argument
I'm not a Lagosian neither am I Yoruba but if I were to be a Lagosian I'll ask serious questions of my govt
I felt Fashola's impact yes but I believe Lagos is a state on auto-run
Did anyone see the current BudgIT report?
The day some structures falls in Lagos, people will come to terms of what has been happening in Lagos
I mean, how can you borrow more, physically do less on projects relatively, and still your expenditures are always high?
Please Lagos indigenes should ask questions and not listen to asslickers
Same APC govt during Covid-19 home up prices and hardly a serious relief project.
VISBLE POINTS:
1) Close border but building rail to the border
2) Reduce imports but hike prices such as in Rice
NB: Our currency got worse yet they claim import reduction will favour our economy but food prices skyrocketed? Isn't it better for an average Nigerian to have cheap rice than the "economy getting better" cos same monies made from the so called better economy is being relooted by the politicians.
This is to say better economies move monies to politicians and vice versa. Just like this subsidy thing; Nigerians will never benefit from subsidy removal
Honestly why would people openly lie for useless gains?
Same thing happened during PMB's first regime and people had reasons for him then
Did people see how PYO managed us when PMB wasn't around? Oga the man was better, can't PMB learn from him?
Bros, PMB has the largest fan base and support than any other Nigerian president I've seen but doing so little with it
TraderMoni & NPower: Your statement, "HE ALLOWED" is a disgrace to this nation, like he did people a favour to allow them partake as citizens?
As if we never had PRESSID & co?
As if Warri was the first rail line
Yes, I'll commend him on the rail projects especially Lagos-Ibadan, Niger bridge and others but more monies are leaving into politician's pockets and his policies ain't smart enough
And please show me proof of the work on Enugu/OSHA expressway you mentioned on your pics.

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Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Imefonukoenin11: 3:20am On Sep 26, 2020
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by tegrianonigltd(m): 5:45am On Sep 26, 2020
NGpatriot:


The same federal road that was abandoned by the FG for decades including years of PDP?

Maybe Lagos state should have ignored that federal road and saved their billions for their own state roads.

Lagos is messed up, they have bad roads, but they are still commissioning good and better roads all over the place, more than any government in Nigeria.




The whole Nigeria is messed up, each street and roads should have been tarred, common, why are people praising Paul Kagame, he is making sure, each street and road tarred in Rwanda, Nigerians deserve better, I have never seen Paul commission a road or street he did, it is our basic right, our Fcking right to have it, why do anything and commission it, never in the history of me abroad heard that shit, only in Nigeria Dey commission borehool, billboard. These guys are pathetic, I wish we can reach 20 million youths to rise and spit on their face. Malians protested and the military stood up, better we know we are the government, we are the power. United we stand, they go down they know this
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by spoilerx: 8:20am On Sep 26, 2020
Same road has been under construction for over a decade
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Duke111: 8:55am On Sep 26, 2020
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by baxton25(m): 9:28am On Sep 26, 2020
MANNABBQGRILLS:

Yessss oooo!

Wondering why Lagos is the best state in Nigeria?!
Because PDP has never had the opportunity to be in power, they would have raped her to death!

Dangerous rapist!


TRUE CONFESSION from MANNABBQGRILLS:

People have been asking how much we were paid to campaign for Buhari , We always deny the allegation.
The new year is around the corner and we want to come clean.
Yes we were paid to campaign for Buhari 
Buhari himself paid us.
He paid us when he started completing abandoned projects,
he paid us when he paid pensioners, (even the pensions of Old Biafran soldiers that have been neglected since 1970's,
he paid us when after 35 years of paper work he finally brought a train to Warri.
Yes he paid us to campaign for him.
He paid us when he allowed even those that curse him to access N-power and Tradermoni.
He paid us when he prevented fuel marketers from going on strike that would have lead to untold hardship during the holiday period.
He paid us, and handsomely too. 
For more of these payments we and every sane, honest and hardworking Nigerians are standing with our darling Daddy.

He paid us after we saw some of his achievements going on around the country as highlighted on this thread...

https://www.nairaland.com/6137046/12-reasons-nigerias-agric-revolution#94211092

Dem MANNA, continue to give them the LAMBA! wink

Nobody can deny that there are very serious challenges in the country, particularly in the areas of security, the economy, and standard of living generally. But that is not all there is to Nigeria of today, and those challenges are being addressed very robustly. That hymn says “behind a frowning providence, He hides a smiling face. His purposes will ripen fast, unfolding every hour.” We will surely see an end to the challenges, if we all work together, and eschew hate speeches.

In the voice of children of hate, frustration and perdition.........




You no wise
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Babacele: 12:12am On Sep 27, 2020
hmmm.
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by Babacele: 12:16am On Sep 27, 2020
hmmm heaven hath no fury like a Vivy scorned. What did he do naa?
Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by NGpatriot: 1:53am On Sep 27, 2020
tegrianonigltd:



The whole Nigeria is messed up, each street and roads should have been tarred, common, why are people praising Paul Kagame, he is making sure, each street and road tarred in Rwanda, Nigerians deserve better, I have never seen Paul commission a road or street he did, it is our basic right, our Fcking right to have it, why do anything and commission it, never in the history of me abroad heard that shit, only in Nigeria Dey commission borehool, billboard. These guys are pathetic, I wish we can reach 20 million youths to rise and spit on their face. Malians protested and the military stood up, better we know we are the government, we are the power. United we stand, they go down they know this



Only ignorant people praise that despot, dictator and a scumbag in Rwanda because they don't know anything about Rwanda and that murderous dictator.

Rwanda is still majorly rural and over half of the Rwanda doesn't have electricity, just a mile outside Kigali city center is nothing but rural villages.

All major opposition figures are either killed or in jail, even the Hotel Rwanda movie hero is now in jail for terrorism.

He's jailing and slaughtering opponents left and right, just imagine Atiku and the rest of the opposition in Nigeria getting slaughtered and jailed.

You people need to be proud of your country and stop praising the countries that are actually beneath, read the news, follow current affairs and stop falling for propaganda.

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Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by RuggedSniper: 2:30am On Sep 27, 2020
BananaPeel:
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All thanks to the state being a former capital of Nigeria. If not, Lagos would have been in the same league as Osun State. Lagos-Badagry road has been bad for over 15 years now. Let's hope they finally do the road this time around.
^^^NOTE: Lagos Island was the Federal capital from 1914 to 1991, and NOT Lagos State which was created only in 1967. Ikeja, Iganmu, Apapa and Ilupeju industrial estates... among others were set up in the 1950s/60s by Obafemi Awolowo's dynamic Western Region government, and it had sea outlets for exports/imports, financial and economic power. 65% of the total land area of today's Lagos State was carved out of Western Region in 1967 after consulting the indigenes and merged them with Lagos Colony (i.e, Lagos Island, Iruland or V/Island, Yaba, Suru Lere alone). Hope this helps.

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Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by NGpatriot: 3:11am On Sep 27, 2020
RuggedSniper:
^^^NOTE: Lagos Island was the Federal capital from 1914 to 1991, and NOT Lagos State which was created only in 1967. Ikeja, Iganmu, Apapa and Ilupeju industrial estates... among others were set up in the 1950s/60s by Obafemi Awolowo's dynamic Western Region government, and it had sea outlets for exports/imports, financial and economic power. 65% of the total land area of today's Lagos State was carved out of Western Region in 1967 after consulting the indigenes and merged them with Lagos Colony (i.e, Lagos Island, Iruland or V/Island, Yaba, Suru Lere alone). Hope this helps.


This is why it's always sad when people shout federal capital all over the place, Lagos as the federal capital was limited to Lagos island, the rest from Apapa to the mainland all the way to Ikeja, Ilupeju, Mushi, Agege, Isolo, Ikorodu and beyond were western region, not Lagos state or FG controlled areas.

Lagos state's economy and industrialization that's still responsible for most of Nigeria's industrial output are from the industrial estates created by Awolowo in the western region, not by the FG in lagos island.

Lagos state is where it is today because of the industries in the industrial estates created by Awolowo in the Western Region..


They don't know Lagos state, they don't know what constitutes Lagos state, sad that they don't teach history in our schools and the fact that many of our youths especially the ones from the other side of the Niger are products of negative tribal and bigoted upbringings makes things worse.

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Re: Work Resumes On Lagos-Badagary Expressway After Sanwo-Olu's Visit by RuggedSniper: 5:57am On Sep 27, 2020
NGpatriot:



This is why it's always sad when people shout federal capital all over the place, Lagos as the federal capital was limited to Lagos island, the rest from Apapa to the mainland all the way to Ikeja, Ilupeju, Mushin, Agege, Isolo, Ikorodu and beyond were western region, not Lagos state or FG controlled areas.

Lagos state's economy and industrialization that's still responsible for most of Nigeria's industrial output are from the industrial estates created by Awolowo in the western region, not by the FG in lagos island.

Lagos state is where it is today because of the industries in the industrial estates created by Awolowo in the Western Region..


They don't know Lagos state, they don't know what constitutes Lagos state, sad that they don't teach history in our schools and the fact that many of our youths especially the ones from the other side of the Niger are products of negative tribal and bigoted upbringings makes things worse.

^^^WORD! These younger ones born in especially the 1980s to the 2000s don't read historical books like those of us born in decades earlier. Just as you said, some ethnic bigots and simpletons from SE who were sent to specifically use fake NL accounts to defame Lagos/Yorubas/North, etc, stupidly say that Lagos State was built by the FG and oil. Lagos infrastructure had decayed as of 1999 and the brilliant Bola Tinubu (who read accounting in the U.S. and worked in the U.S as well with Arthur Andersen and later Mobil Nigeria) rapidly increased the IGR of Lagos and upgraded Lagos Island business district and some major roads, before Babatunde Fasola took over in 2007. Aside from some laudable projects, Akin Ambode's refusal to finish the Lagos-Badagry express, and the heaps of garbage on the streets led to most of his party members rejecting him for a second term... Tinubu did not deny him single-handed, but it was a joint party decision. Thanks for your lucid feedback. All the best.

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