On the 5th of March 2021, The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, commissioned the 1.4km Dual Carriageway Flyover Bridge in Pen Cinema Junction, Agege. The Pen cinema flyover was an effort by the state government to reduce the gridlock and improve the traffic situation on that axis. However, The Agege Pen-Cinema Flyover project was started by the immediate past administration of the former Governor Akinwunmi Ambode in December 2017.
Just a moment ago, a Twitter user identified as @sodiqtrade took to his account and shared pictures of the present condition of the Pen Cinema Flyover Bridge. According to what @sodiqtrade shared, water flooded the road due to poor drainage.
The present condition of the road doesn't look nice at all. It showed that the construction company didn't do a good job.
See photos below:
It might interest you to know that the flyover crisscrosses Oba Ogunji Road and Pen Cinema area and over the railroad, terminating at the Agunbiade Street or Oke-Koto area of the Agege community.
Nigerian who viewed the present condition of the bridge is reacting based on how it affected them. Some wonders why the flyover Bridge took long to be constructed, only for the flood to cover it a few weeks after the State Governor commissioned it. See more reactions below.
What do you have to say concerning the present condition of the Pen Cinema flyover bridge? Kindly use the comment box and air your views.
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