It’s Safe For Use — FG Dismisses Rumour Of Third Mainland Bridge “Opening Up” And “Shaking”

Third Mainland Bridge

The federal government has dismissed claims that the Lagos Third Mainland Bridge is “opening up” and “shaking”.

Boade Akinola, spokesperson of the federal ministry of works who countered the claim via a statement released on Tuesday November 9, said Olukayode Popoola, the federal controller of works in Lagos drove on the bridge without noticing “any shaking” as claimed in social media messages.

Commuters have been asked to ignore the claim as the bridge is safe to use. The statement read;

“The federal controller of works in Lagos, Engineer Olukayode Popoola, has debunked insinuations making the rounds in the social media that the Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos has “opened up” and “shaking” and, therefore, unsafe to traffic saying the claim was both false and unfounded.

“Giving an on-the-spot report on the Bridge, the controller, who said he just drove along the Bridge without noticing any opening or experiencing any shaking as contained in the social media report, advised members of the public.

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“Especially commuters to ignore the insinuations as the Bridge, which is receiving regular attention along with others across the country, is safe for use.”

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