About one kilometer long road worth twelve million naira has been rehabilitated by residents of WEMABOD Estate Ikeja House Holders Association.
Inaugurating the road project, the Lagos State Commissioner of Works, said government will continue to appreciate self help projects aimed at complementing government drive for equitable distribution of infrastructure across the state.
Ikeja bureau chief, reports that the commissioner was represented by Wale Ajayi.
WEMABOD estate has been in existence for over 30 years, it has an industrial part but this is the residential area.
Residents meet regularly to deliberate on how best they can implement self help projects for the betterment of the estate, the last of their effort is the upgrading of Ade Ojo road with semi rigid pavement,embankment, drainage, signs completed within three months
The Estate House Holders Association see the new road upgrading as a beautiful initiative that will uplift social and economic activities of this area.
Policing this area and its environment it was said will easier with motorable roads while crime rate has dropped drastically with the gated streets.
Other roads including Ojora road and Eric Moore are the next streets the residents are targeting for upgrading hoping that the state government will assist them get it done on time.
The residents of the estate promised to continue to be law abiding, paying their taxes as they hope for a collaborative effort with the state government towards sustainable environment within their estate.