Today we bring to you an article on a flyover bridge that is in a very deplorable conditions , that a Maison man was seen plastering a crack on its walls.
According to report, when Governor Ihedioha took over power from Senator Rochas he closed the said flyover bridges at Amakohia and Amawire axis where the two bridges were located because of the cracks , as it was said to be a death trap. Since then up till now the flyover bridges have not been in use because of the fear of collapse.
We thereby call on our Governors in Africa and beyond to always hire qualified engineering firms to execute projects, so that tax payers money will not go down the drainages, as it is being seen here.
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