Road agency in Nigeria to rehabilitate roads and bridges

18 February 2016

A road agency in Nigeria, Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA) has unveiled plans to rehabilitate about 103 roads and 10 bridges across the country by the end of this year.

According to Mrs. Maryam Sanusi, Head of Communication and Public Relations, confirmed that, the agency will ensure all the federal are fit for use by motorists and pedestrians.

Engr. Peter Odeh, FERMA Managing Director, also disclosed the government plans to upgrade the agency to full status of a construction company. He further said that, the government will priorities and focus more on economically viable roads across the nation this year, due to their economic value to their locality and the nation.

The goal is to upgrade the commercial activities in the six geopolitical zones so as to make positive impact on the lives of Nigerians through embarking on the repair of major economic roads linking States, to minimize accidents during the yuletide period.

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