Lagos-Calabar Coastal Highway Demolition for First 3km to Begin Saturday


The Federal Government says demolition of structures within the first three kilometers of the Lagos-Calabar Coastal Highway will begin on Saturday, April 27.

The Federal Controller of Works, Lagos, Mrs Korede Keisha, disclosed this at a News Conference in Lagos.

Federal Controller of Works, Lagos, Mrs Korede Keisha
Federal Controller of Works, Lagos, Mrs Korede Keisha

She said the structures to be demolished would be those within the designated right of way for the project.

She urged property owners who received demolition notices and have concerns to visit the Secretariat of the Federal Ministry of Works today to discuss their concerns.

The 700-km Lagos-Calabar Coastal Highway Project is designed to connect Lagos to Cross River, passing through the Coastal States of Ogun, Ondo, Delta, Bayelsa, Rivers, and Akwa Ibom, before culminating in Cross River.

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