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Federal Government Installs CCTV Cameras on Third Mainland Bridge to Enhance Security Measures

FG Installs CCTV Cameras on Third Mainland Bridge

In efforts to bolster security measures on the Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos, the Federal Government has announced ongoing installations of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras and solar lights.


The Minister of Works, David Umahi, revealed this during an interview on Channels TV’s Sunday Politics program.

The ongoing repairs on the bridge, which have caused significant gridlock for motorists and road users, are nearing completion, according to Umahi. He assured that the bridge is set to reopen in the coming days, with 99% of the rehabilitation project already accomplished.

Umahi emphasized that the installation of CCTV cameras aims to combat crime and illegal mining activities around the bridge. He cited instances of individuals engaging in unauthorized sand mining, even damaging the bridge’s infrastructure in the process.

Moreover, Umahi made headlines by asserting a divine prophecy regarding the political future of President Bola Tinubu. He claimed to have received a message from God indicating Tinubu’s reelection as Nigeria’s president in 2027. Umahi attributed this divine endorsement to the belief that Tinubu’s administration is ordained by God to rectify societal issues.

The minister expressed unwavering support for President Tinubu, asserting his conviction in the transformative leadership brought forth by the current administration.

As the government intensifies efforts to enhance infrastructure and security, the impending reopening of the Third Mainland Bridge signifies a significant milestone in ensuring safe and efficient transportation for citizens.


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