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Third Mainland Bridge

20 Jan 2017
That the Federal Government would repair some bridges across the nation at a total cost of N275 billion would seem good news in view of the need for upgrade of Nigeria’s road infrastructure but the choice of 52 bridges raises questions of why and how.
29 Dec 2016
The police authorities in Abuja have foiled suspected attempts by a notorious militant group, operating from the creeks of Ikorodu and Arepo areas of Lagos and Ogun States, to bomb the Third Mainland Bridge, the longest bridge in West Africa. 
17 Jun 2016
Six people have been confirmed dead and 23 others injured in two separate accidents that occurred in Lagos State on Wednesday night and yesterday morning.

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