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Lafarge Africa begins N200 million road reconstruction in Ogun State


Lafarge WAPCOAS part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), the Lafarge Africa Plc. has committed N200 million to the rehabilitation of the three-kilometre Agbesi-Itori road in Ewekoro local government area of Ogun State.

The gesture, according to the company’s management is to reduce daily gridlock on the road as a result of its poor condition.

The cement giant in a statement by the Corporate Communications Manager, Mr. Ade Ojolowo disclosed, “This is an indication of the company’s commitment to safety of lives and property and in furtherance of its CSR efforts. It is also to complement efforts of the government”.

According to him, “The Ogun State government is deeply involved and is being carried along. The designs have been shared and agreed with the government and monitoring of the repair work to comply to agreed standards, and will be jointly carried out by Lafarge Africa and the State Government.”

Giving the breakdown of re-construction components, Ojolowo noted that the repair work which started on September 22, 2015, was expected to be completed within three months.

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