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THIRD MAINLAND BRIDGE: Umahi, Wale Edun Inspect Rehabilitation Works

Engr Umahi, Wale Edun, Finance Minister and Coordinating Minister of the Economy, management staff of the Works Ministry on Inspection to ongoing rehabilitation work at the Oworonsoki end of the 3rd Mainland Bridge in Lagos on 30th Jan. 2024

..... Ensure the right quality materials are utilised to ensure value for money." Umahi tells Contractor.

The Minister of Works, Engr. Nweze David Umahi, alongside his counterpart, Mr Wale Edun, the Ministry of Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy on Tuesday 30, January 2024 in company of a top management team from the Federal Ministry of Works, undertook an inspection of the ongoing rehabilitation of the Third Mainland bridge in Lagos.

A statement issued by the Director of Information of the Ministry, Olusola Abiola disclosed that during inspection of the ongoing rehabilitation work, both Ministers took time to examine different aspects of the rehabilitation work, commending the contractor, Messrs CCECC for their good efforts so far.

Umahi particularly gave good attention to the ongoing  relaying of asphalt pavements of the bridge which commenced at the Owornshoki end of the 11.8km bridge, noting the quality of work by the contractor, encouraging them to maintain the quality of work.

On the installation of the solar based street lights and the CCTV cameras on the 3rd mainland, the Minister of Works stressed that the solar lights were very useful and will be strategic for road users. He however told the contractor to ensure the right quality materials are utilised to ensure value for money.

In the inspection team of the two ministers were other senior government officials and the Contractor handling the project.

It would be recalled that the Ministers of Works and Finance had early in January this year visited the ongoing construction of the Abuja-Kaduna-Kano road projects to  assess the status of the project.

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