FERMA repairs roads, links stranded Niger Delta communities

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Federal Roads Maintenance Agency has vowed to sustain the ’Operation Zero Portholes’ and ‘Connect to Your Destination’ campaigns launched in December 2023.
The campaigns were aimed at eradicating all potholes on the country’s federal and state highways, as well as reconnecting stranded communities cut off from other areas by virtue of the failing status of the roads.
FERMA Managing Director, Emeka Agbasi, disclosed this at the end of a three-day inspection of rehabilitated Port Harcourt-Osiokpo-Elele-Omerelu-Imo State border road, Mbiama Junction section of the East-West road, Opolo-Elebele-Emeyal road in Rivers, Bayelsa and the Ete-Abak road in Akwa Ibom states.
Agbasi who was represented by the Director, Roads Maintenance and Management Services, FERMA Headquarters, Abuja, Iniobong Usoro, said with the campaigns, bad roads would soon be a thing of the past in Nigeria.

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