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Anambra govt intervenes on failed portions of Amansea Road

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Anambra State government has commenced intervention work on the failed portions of the old Enugu-Onitsha Expressway.

The failed spot, which has constituted a nightmare for travellers is located at Amansea, Awka North Local Government Area.

Severally, commuters have been trapped on the spot, while many have had cause to spend the night in the area, especially during festive seasons.

Anambra government commenced work on the area at the weekend, which spans about 350 meters of the road, at different locations along the same stretch of road.

THE RAZOR NEWS reports that the job commenced with the de-silting of drainages on both sides of the road, while heavy stones are currently being used to fill the failed portions.

An official of the Anambra Road Maitainance Agency, the agency responsible for the rehabilitation, Engineer Azuka Egwuatu said Governor Chukwuma Soludo had directed that the road be made motorable within the shortest possible time to alleviate the suffering of the road users.

Egwuatu said: “We’ll complete the work within four days since we have placed slumps and presently on stone base, after which we will prime and asphalt.

“We have intervened on Amansea road, Ekwulobia round about, St Joseph Cathedral Ekwulobia axis, Limca road by peoples club, Awka road in Onitsha, Agulu Lake axis to mention a few.

“Currently, we’re moving in to start work on Nkpor-Umuoji road, all courtesy of Governor Soludo.”

Ifeizu

Ifeizu is a seasoned journalist and Managing Editor of TheRazor. He has wide knowledge of Anambra State and has reported the state objectively for over a decade.

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