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Tinubu will open the Lagos-Calabar coastal highway’s next phase in August

Tinubu will open the Lagos-Calabar coastal highway’s next phase in August, In its efforts to sustain the ongoing infrastructural developments drive in line with its Renewed Hope Agenda.

David Umahi, Minister of Works, announced at a stakeholder engagement meeting held on Saturday at Ibom Hall in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state.

Edet Ekpenyong, the ministry’s Director of Information and Public Relations, issued a statement on Sunday.

The minister was quoted as saying, “We are here to introduce Section Three and Four of the famous Lagos- Calabar Coastal Highway.

“We started and awarded Section One which started in Lagos and terminated at deep port in Lagos and is at 47.4km.

“There is Section Two that is starting at Lekki Deep Sea Port and taking it to the famous Dangote Refinery.

“The President has graciously directed that Sections Three and Four must start at Cross River and stop at Akwa Ibom.”

The minister added “that Section Three has 27 km on Akwa Ibom land and 38 km on Cross River State. While Section Four is entirely on Akwa Ibom that is 80 km.When you add 27 km and 80km, you have 107km. So, you are benefiting from maximising this coastal highway.

“When we complete the procurement process and award this Section Three and Four, work will start in many sub- sections of this section all at the same time.

“Tinubu is a man who matches his words with actions. So we are happy with the level of commendations and support we received from Nigerians and so many benefits of the coastal highway.”

Speaking at the event, the Senate President, Senator, Godswill Akpabio, expressed his appreciation to President Bola Tinubu for listening to his plea to start Section Three and Four of the coastal highway in Cross River State to Akwa Ibom.

He called on the Akwa Ibom State Governor, Pastor Umo Eno, to give maximum support to the Federal Government.

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