The photos of some bad roads in Mushin has gone viral on social media, and Lagos State residents especially those in Mushin can't help but react to the photos. The photos was posted by Punch Newspaper on Twitter, and they tagged the Lagos State Governor official account, so they they can see it and do something about it.
The residents of Lagos State has been complaining about their bad roads, for a very long time but everything has become worst now that we are in the rainy season. Ever since the photos was posted on the internet, the Lagos State Government has been crying out, for the Government to fix the road.
View the photos below
Lagos State residents has been pleading with the Government to fix the road ever since the photos went viral.
See some reactions below.
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