See photos of some bad roads in Mushin that Lagos State residents are talking about
By Candyreport | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
The photos of some bad roads in Mushin has gone viral on social media. The photos was first posted a Twitter by punch Newspaper, and ever since then people especially Lagos State residents, has been talking about how hard it is for them in this raining season.
Punch Newspaper shared the photos on their official Twitter handle, few hours ago and Lagos State residents can't help but talk about how bad the roads are.
A lot of them asked why the Government are not doing anything about the roads, while some said that something need to be done.
See the photos below
See some reactions in the screenshot below
What is your opinion about the bad roads.
Do you think now that it has been posted on the internet the Government will do something about it? What do you think the people of Mushin should do?
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