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Section of Lagos-Ibadan Express road Closed – FRSC

ROTIMI ASHER

[dropcap]A[/dropcap] section of Lagos-Ibadan expressway at Shagamu interchange has been closed for repair.

FRSC ‘s Head Media Relations and Strategy ,Bisi Kazeem, who made the announcement Thursday, in a release, attributed the closure to a planned repair work on approximately a 5 km stretch of the affected sections of Lagos-Ibadan axis by Julius Berger.

“Traffic will now be diverted at this stretch to Ibadan -Lagos axis,” Kazeem explained, adding,  “FRSC has, therefore, withdrawn some men and resources from adjoining commands to assist in traffic control.”

The road closure, which took effect from 11am on Thursday, shall not be re-open until Saturday 12 November, 2016, when the repair work by Julius Berger is expected to have been completed.

The FRSC spokesman, therefore, appeals to motorists to exercise utmost caution and patience.

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