As part of efforts at monitoring the on-going rehabilitation of the Lagos/Ibadan Expressway aimed at alleviating the suffering of motorists during the rehabilitation of one of the busiest roads in Nigeria, the Federal Road Safety Commission FRSC, met with Julius Berger Plc. JBN and other stakeholders to ensure that the construction company provides adequate and standard road signs including palliative measures on failed portions of the corridor to ease the flow of traffic and reduce the loss of man-hours.
In a statement made available by the Public Education Officer of the Ogun State Sector Command, Florence Okpe, on behalf of the Sector Commander, the meeting, which was held at the conference room of the Mowe Unit Command of the FRSC, was chaired by the FRSC Zonal Commander in charge of Lagos and Ogun States, Assistant Corps Marshal, John Meheuz. In attendance were The Ogun State Sector Commander, Corps Commander Clement Oladele and the representative of his Lagos State counterpart, Deputy Corps Commander, Operations, Morakinyo.
The contractor was represented by its project manager. Engr Umar. The Federal Ministry of Works and Housing was represented by the director of traffic services, Engr. Ibrahim and the director of traffic services of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, Pastor Adejumo Adeniji. Also in attendance were Mowe Unit Commander of the FRSC, Oseni Hamzat and Head, Ibafo outpost, Michael Osuagwu.
After the meeting, the group undertook a tour of the project to assess current realities as well as preparation for the upcoming ‘Holy Ghost Convention’ of the RCCG on the First week of August, to minimize traffic discomfort for worshippers. motorists plying the corridor and other road users.