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Lagos Airport Road

20 Jul 2020
An unidentified middle-aged man died on Thursday night after crashing into a barrier placed on the right side of the Oshodi-Airport Road, Lagos, at 7 & 8 Bus Stop
24 Apr 2019
Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari will on Wednesday commission projects of the Lagos State Government, some of which are yet to be completed.
22 Nov 2017
The Lagos State government has flagged off construction of the access road to the Murtala Muhammed International Airport after receiving the necessary approval from the Federal Government.
19 Sep 2017
The access road will be reconstructed into a ten-lane expressway in which three express lanes will be separated from two lanes for local traffic for the abutting Ajao Estate and Mafoluku.
3 Aug 2017
The reconstruction of Murtala Mohammed International Airport Road from Oshodi end and the 181 inner roads earlier advertised for reconstruction would begin in September, the Lagos State governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, yesterday revealed.

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