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Bad Roads: “Businesses In Abraka Are In A State Of Comatose” –DELSU Lecturer



Bad Roads: "Businesses In Abraka Are In A State Of Comatose" --DELSU Lecturer

…Says Residents Have Lost Confidence In Government

By Daniel Dafe

A lecturer in the Department of Languages and Linguistics, Delta State University, DELSU, Abraka, Moses Darah, has lamented the negative impact the bad roads in the university town have caused business owners.

Darah, who took to his Facebook page on Thursday, said: “Businesses in Abraka are in a state of comatose.”

“Presently, there are no motorable roads in Abraka. The Express (New) and Old roads have degenerated so badly that when it rains, it is almost impossible for motorists and commuters to ply the roads,” he added.

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According to him, “this terrible situation has continued for years and Abraka residents have lost confidence in Government.”

Furthermore, he called on the Oborevwori-led government to take urgent steps to address the anomaly.


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