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Sagamu-Benin expressway

3 Feb
Undue delay occasioned by bureaucracy and poor funding in the execution, rehabilitation and reconstruction works on critical roads in the country has cost the Federal Government...
27 Jul 2020
The Federal Government has directed Reynolds Construction Company (RCC) to immediately start fixing the bad portions of the Ososa River bridges
17 Jan 2020
No fewer than nine persons were on Thursday burnt to death in a lone accident involving a Toyota Hiace bus at Ijebu-Ife on the Sagamu – Benin Expressway.
26 Oct 2019
No fewer than nine persons were confirmed dead on Saturday while 12 others sustained various degrees of injuries in a separate accidents around Ijebu Ife axis on Sagamu – Ijebu -Ode – Benin expressway.
23 Aug 2018
Men of the Ogun State police command yesterday shot dead an armed robbery suspect along the Sagamu-Benin expressway. The suspect, whose name is yet to be ascertained, according to the police was a member of a robbery gang.
9 Dec 2017
An auto crash on the Sagamu-Benin expressway on Saturday claimed the lives of seven people.

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