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LEKKI REGIONAL ROAD PROJECT: LASG COMMENCES REMOVAL OF STRUCTURES ON RIGHT OF WAY
LEKKI REGIONAL ROAD PROJECT: LASG COMMENCES REMOVAL OF STRUCTURES ON RIGHT OF WAY

LEKKI REGIONAL ROAD PROJECT: LASG COMMENCES REMOVAL OF STRUCTURES ON RIGHT OF WAY

The Lagos State Government has commenced the removal of structures encumbering the Right of Way (ROW) on the Lekki Regional Road.

The development was disclosed by the Honourable Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, Dr. Idris Salako, at a stakeholder meeting in Alausa, on Monday, where he noted that the removal became necessary to pave way for the smooth execution of the project.

He recalled that the Ministry had taken its time to go through the due process of stakeholder-engagements and the service of statutory notices to owners of affected structures as expressed in the newspaper publication of June 16, 2020.

Urging owners and occupiers of identified structures to cooperate by moving out of the approved Right of Way of the Regional Road, Salako revealed that the commenced process of establishing the Right of Way of the road is a strong indication of the government’s determination to execute the project in earnest.

He reiterated that the Lekki Regional Road is a major road being embarked upon by the Lagos State Government to facilitate the transportation and socio-economic development in line with the T.H.E.M.E.S agenda.

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