4th Continent Bridge: Lagos seeks support from border communities

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Officers from the Lagos State Authorities on Monday requested for help from residents of border communities in Ogun State who could also be affected by the development of the proposed Fourth Continental Bridge.

The affected communities are Arepo, OPIC, Mawere, Isheri and Sparklight Property.

The state authorities, in a press release, mentioned the bridge may land across the Sparklight Property, close to Arepo, after going by means of a number of corridors.

A press release on Monday mentioned that the Particular Adviser to the Lagos State Governor for Works and Infrastructure, Ms. Aramide Adeyoye, throughout a gathering with stakeholders, famous that the federal government is dedicated to minimizing the impact of the development.

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Adeoye was represented on the assembly by the Senior Particular Assistant to the Lagos Governor for Works and Infrastructure, Mr. Raheem Owokoniran.

She mentioned that environmental influence evaluation and stakeholder suggestions are necessary for the federal government to make the precise selections about constructing the proposed 38-kilometer bridge.

“The assembly right here is to make sure that all palms can be found to make this infrastructure successful,” he added.

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