Bashir Ahmad, President Muhammadu Buhari’s Special Assistant on Digital Communications, recently uploaded a picture of the Loko-Oweto Bridge, which links the country’s north and south. According to Bashir Ahmad, President Buhari has finished building the bridge.
According to the post he published on his verified Twitter account, the bridge would assist to develop the economic ties between the two regions and will also promote unity. The highway will be utilized to convey logistics, he added.
He remarked, “President Muhammadu Buhari connected the Northern area to the South-East by completing the Loko-Oweto Bridge. The newly built bridge was built to increase our economic operations and improve our unity, however the route is primarily utilized for transferring logistics between the areas.
The Loko-Oweto Bridge has been finished and is ready for commissioning by President Buhari’s administration, according to statements made around three days ago by Babatunde Raji Fashola, Minister of Works and Housing.
According to the report produced by Leadership, the bridge connects the northern and southern regions of the nation, and it will, among other things, lessen traffic.
“If you are coming from the South-East, for instance, and you go through Otukpo to connect Nasarawa, you can now pass Loko and burst out at Keffi instead of going through Lafia,” he said. Your journey will take less than four hours as a result. This bridge has improved corporate productivity and reduced traffic reducing travel time and expenses, and ultimately making doing business easier.
People have responded to Bashir Ahmad’s most recent post in a variety of ways, and many have expressed their opinions in the comments area.