Commuters along the Adekunle Fajuyi way in Ikeja, Lagos, were thrilled by the swift action taken by the Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA) to fill potholes along the busy road. The agency’s intervention came after the residents and commuters had been struggling to navigate the damaged road.
The Adekunle Fajuyi way is a major arterial road that connects the commercial hub of Ikeja to other parts of Lagos. Over time, heavy vehicular traffic had taken its toll on the road, leaving it with several potholes that had become a source of concern for residents and road users. The situation was particularly dire during the rainy season when the potholes became filled with water, making it difficult for drivers to navigate the road.
However, the LASBCA’s swift intervention has brought relief to the residents and commuters. The agency filled the potholes with rubbles. The intervention has not only made the road smoother and safer to use but has also reduced travel time for commuters.
Speaking to some of the commuters who use the road, they expressed their satisfaction with the intervention by the LASBCA. They commended the agency for its prompt response to community service, noting that the road had become more motorable and safer to use.
The LASBCA’s intervention on the Adekunle Fajuyi way is part of its community service mandate to ensure that buildings and infrastructure in Lagos are safe and secure for residents and visitors.
It is worth noting that the Lagos State Building Control Agency (LASBCA) is responsible for enforcing building regulations, ensuring compliance with safety standards, and preventing the occurrence of building collapse in the state.
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