LASEMA reports one killed, several injured in Kara bridge accident
03 June 2017 | 4:40 pm
LASEMA reports one killed, several injured in Kara bridge accident.
Here is what we now know about the bridge being constructed to minimise traffic congestion on the old Niger Bridge and estimated to gulp a whopping ₦414 billion.
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