Sandra Ukele
The Federal Ministry of Power, Works and Housing is expected to meet with maritime stakeholders today, Thursday,  June 29 in Lagos to discuss the reconstruction of Wharf Road in Apapa. 
In a statement signed and released by the Federal Controller of Works Lagos State Engineer G.C Eke, the Ministry will organise a meeting on the role of each government agency in ensuring free flow of traffic during the reconstruction work.
It also acknowledged that the meeting will discuss security matters and issues bothering on the ease of traffic along roads linking the seaports.
The Controller of Works added that other possible issues to be discussed at the meeting shall include workable traffic diversion and control.
The statement highlighted that "this meeting is to brief and discuss on the role of each government agency and other stakeholders in ensuring free flow of traffic, workable traffic diversion and control"
It maintained that "the control include security while the reconstruction works last"
He stated that media and communication management strategies shall also be discussed at the meeting. 
The Minister for Works and Power Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola, had said the road would take a year to be completed, urging stakeholders to cooperate with the construction companies.
Messrs A.G Dangote Construction and Flour Mills Nigeria Limited are the private firms that will partner with the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) in reconstructing the road. 


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