Sunday, August 19, 2018
by Ajadi Daniel The Lagos light rail project is taking too long to come. Initiated in 2008, the project is supposed to address the transportation challenges experienced in the state, linking the mainland with the island, as well as the...
by Chinedu Brown The Lagos light rail project which has been touted to be the flagship of light rail projects in the country now has a new completion date, 2022. This is according to a statement by the Managing Director...
by Opeoluwa Quadri Alagbole flyover was started seven years ago according to residents, the project like the other four similar projects was supposed to take 24 months to complete, but even now, it is yet to see the light of...
by Usman Alabi They were elated when they were told that their deplorable roads would be reconstructed, each community will host a flyover that would link it to the outside world. Somehow they thought this is a dividend of democracy,...
by Editor Surulere is both a residential and commercial nerve centre of Lagos state. Many believe that in the near distant future, Surulere will organically transforms to being a business city. Most of the old structures are being converted to...
by Chinedu Brown The Lambe flyover project is still ongoing, though the speed of work on the project is appalling. The project according to residents was started seven years ago, and a completion date is not in sight. The present status...
by Omoleye Omoruyi The flyover project in Agbado in Ogun state, which according to residents was said to have started seven years ago is still under construction, compared to a similar project in neighbouring Ijoko, the project is far from...
by Ajadi Daniel The sea of red sand that welcomes you in the dry season on Ijoko road becomes mulky mud that makes your movement difficult when it rains. One side of the Ijoko road has been tared while the...
by Ajadi Daniel The project started seven years ago according to residents, and at some point, the present administration unable to complete the project in its first term in office promised the people to complete the project if it was...
by Omoleye Omoruyi The state of public infrastructure in parts of Ogun state is nothing to write home about. Adjoining roads in Ifo LGA of Ogun state can best be described as DEATH TRAPS. YMonitor took a trip to some areas...

Recent Posts