Bad roads not cause of accidents on highways –Fashola

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The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, has said that injuries and avoidable accidents that occur on highways are not always due to bad roads as claimed by many Nigerian road users.


The Minister stated this when he spoke at a capacity building workshop on the activation of the five United Nations’ Convention on Road Traffic acceded to by Nigeria in Abuja yesterday March 20th. According to the Minister, over speeding and reckless driving are the main causes of accidents on Nigerian roads.


In a statement issued by the Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing on Wednesday, the minister noted that injuries and avoidable accidents that occurred daily on highways were regrettable.


The statement said Fashola told participants at the workshop that there was no state in Nigeria that the Federal Government was not executing one road project or the other.

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