— Deeper Life begins construction of flyover ahead of Gbagada inauguration
— Construction may lead to gridlock
— LASTMA tells citizens to be patient
Deeper Life Ministry has received the backing of Lagos State Government to construct a multi-million naira flyover in order to decongest traffic ahead of the inauguration of the church’s newly constructed cathedral in the Gbagada area of the state.
The flyover, upon completion, will ease gridlock in the area as residents will no longer need to access the underground, but move via the flyover.
The campaign and advocacy unit of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority held a sensitisation programme for residents of the Gbagada area to prepare their minds for the construction work.
The sensitisation, which took place on the premises of the cathedral, adjacent the flyover site, was to inform the residents of plans by the agency to reduce traffic during the construction of the flyover.
The construction may lead to gridlock in the area but the traffic management authority said it will do its best to ease such situation, however, upon completion, the flyover will take care of the gridlock that is normally experienced when the Deeper Life holds programmes in the cathedral. Those who have no business in the church will just pass through the bridge and go their way.”
LASTMA Deputy Controller of Operation, Mr. Philip Ogunwale urged the residents to cooperate with LASTMA and the contractors handling the project till the construction work was over.
The architect of the project, Pastor Kayode Dada, said Deeper Life has already been awarded the contract to Julius Berger Construction Company and would take off immediately.
He said the flyover would be constructed alongside a four-level motor park, for worshippers in the cathedral to park their vehicles.
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