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Ayobo and Igando residents still commute on wooden bridges

While the Lagos state government says it is modernizing every facet of Lagos into an ultra modern city, outskirts such as Igando and Ayobo are far from modernity as the lack of infrastructure in these two communities means that residents move from one end of the community to the other on poorly constructed wooden bridges.

Residents are therefore calling on the government to come to their aid to put up the most basic infrastructure in their community.

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