With the commissioning of two Jubilee Bridges (in Ajah and Abule Egba axis of Lagos), Governor Akinwunmi Ambode’s rating shot heaven wards as applause greets the feats.
Many are excited and thankful that the traffic gridlock in the two areas will ease.
The bridges were commissioned today (Wednesday, May 17). And with the Ojodu-Berger pedestrian bridges, lay-by and slip road event yesterday (May 16), the accountant is winning millions of fans…
— Haruna Sunny (@HarunaSunny1) May 17, 2017
— Adegbite Adedotun (@babadotman) May 17, 2017
More photos from #AbuleEgbaFlyover commission.
— Bounce News Nigeria (@BounceNewsNg) May 17, 2017
It would be on record that it was during your first term as Governor that a flyover bridge was constructed in Abule-Egba @AkinwunmiAmbode
— Bolarinwa (@michaelsegun17) May 17, 2017
— Owoade Olaoluwa (@OlaoluOwoade1) May 17, 2017
Ceremony commissioning the pedestrian bridge at ojodu Berger. Ds wan sef na another millions. God dey
— Frvx (@doktafelz) May 16, 2017
There’s this really nice pedestrian bridge in Ojodu, Lagos. I love the design and artwork. Addition to city beautification.
— Perkins Onome (@poabaje) May 15, 2017
— RockaBam411 (@Euphoria9ja) May 10, 2017
I think Ojodu berger pedestrian bridge is one of Governor Ambodes greatest infrastructural biulding archievment… https://t.co/nnsB0ft6E9
— M-king (@CharlesTall_) May 9, 2017
Ojodu/Berger pedestrian bridge and motor park is one of the best thing Ambode has done
— Àlàó ìkọ́ (@Seb_oyedele) April 26, 2017
— The Azodo (@SimplyAzodo) April 21, 2017
— Felix Omovie (@Fecomnet) March 26, 2017
Gov. Ambode is commissioning the Ajah flyover (“Jubilee Bridge”) this morning. Meaning that I go climb the flyover this evening. pic.twitter.com/gyaVm0cJW8
— ‘Kayode A (@kayodea) May 17, 2017
The Ajah Flyover is a blessing to the Massive number of pple in that axis… Ado, Badore, Sangotedo, Abraham adesanya down to Epe.. https://t.co/VvESGHMLJB
— Mr. JAG® (@jag_bros) May 14, 2017
People will soon start jogging on that Ajah flyover 🙄🙄
— Mnemonic (@King_Towmeey) May 6, 2017