Akwa Ibom State Government has announced that the Ikot Oku Ikono flyover and its environs will be closed to human and vehicular movement.
Ini Ememobong, Honourable Commissioner for Information & Strategy said the closure will begin from 6am Wednesday 14 July, till 3pm Friday 16 July 2021.
“This closure which is approved by HE the Governor, Mr Udom Emmanuel is to allow unfettered access to the contractor to adequately prepare the site for inauguration,” Ememobong said in a statement Tuesday.
Governor Emmanuel is expected to commission the Ikot Oku Ikono flyover on 16 July 2021 at noon, as it is understood.
Ikot Oku Ikono flyover
“The general public is advised to take alternative routes and adhere strictly to this notice, as security agencies have been detailed to enforce this order.
“Inconveniences arising from this action are sincerely regretted,” the statement added.
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