Gov AbdulRazaq approves rehabilitation of 15 Ilorin township roads

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Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara State has approved the rehabilitation of 15 roads in Ilorin, the state capital.
The roads, according to a statement by the state government are:
1. Maraba Junction – Ipata Market
2. Chapel Junction – Sanrab Tanke
3. Royal Shekinah – Offa Garage
4. High Court road
5. Unity road
6. Geri-Alimi – Asa Dam road
7. Challenge/Post Office road
8. Taiwo road
9. Kaduna road
10. Oloje/Alore road
11. Akerebiata road
12. Alimi road
13. Onikanga road
14. Police road
15. Ilofa road
Another statement by the Ministry of Works titled Kwara State Government Continues Road Rehabilitation Works on Township Roads said “In the effort to continue to prioritise public assets with a view to improve the socio – economic well-being of the entire citizens, Kwara State Government has assured of more road construction for 2021 as rehabilitation will continue.
“In furtherance of this, Kwara State Road Maintenance Agency under the Ministry of Works is currently carrying out Road Maintenance / Rehabilitation work on the following roads within the Metropolis:
1. Garage Offa Roundabout through Asadam to Geri Alimi Underpass – Ongoing
2. Sango Akerebiata Road – Ongoing
3. Unity Road to Post Office – Ongoing
4. Oloje/Alore Road – Ongoing
5. Taiwo Road – Ongoing
6. Kaduna Road Adewole – Ongoing
7. Ipata Market to Maraba – Completed
8. Culvert at Chapel road Tanke Oke-Odo – Ongoing
9. Rehabilitation of Muhammed Ahmed Road through PANAT – Completed
10. Rehabilitation of Mahogany Road Ilorin – Ongoing
11. Construction of Alternative Culvert at Kuye River Patigi Road
12. Construction of at Oyun Tepatan Road
“Kwara State Commissioner for Works also noted the influx of Trailers / heavy trucks through the township roads due to the bad road between Eyenkorin and Oko-Olowo. Engineer Rotimi who was at the damaged section of the Oko-Olowo road told residents that the Kwara Ministry of Works is working closely with the Federal Ministry of Works to see to how the contractor is called back to site for the damaged section to be speedily repaired. Also present at the section are the Director Civil Engineering, Engr Biliaminu Folorunsho and the Chief Executive Officer of KWARTMA (Kwara State Road Traffic Management Authority) Mr. Yekeen Tunde Bello.
“Road users are urged to drive with caution as the administration of Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq continues to make Kwara better for every Kwaran.”
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