It is celebration galore for the residents of Ureje, Aba Igbira, NNPC, Federal Polytechnic, Abuad and other locations over the completion of work on Oke-Ureje bridge. The bridge which situated along federal poly/Abuad road Ado-Ekiti, that links Ekiti State with other States was constructed some decades ago. The bridge ought to have been reconstructed due to damages that occurred on it but nothing was done. During rainy season in 2019, residents around the bridge and people that do ply federal poly/ Abuad road had bitter experience of flood and also before government intervention, motorists have been experience traffic congestion along this road due to poor condition of the bridge. But, kudos to federal poly of Ado union (ASUP SSANI and NASU) for their action during peaceful protest at Oke-Ureje bridge in March 2020 for government to take action. However, we appreciate Government for their timely response to the request of citizens for the renovation of the bridge; and as the bridge wears a new look which made it easy for free movement without experience of past traffic congestion.
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