Calabar - Minister of Works, Power and Housing, Babatunde
Fashola, has been invited by Cross River State Deputy Governor, Ivara Esu due
to the poor state of federal roads, Vanguard reported.
Esu invited Fashola while addressing members of the
South-south Solidarity Forum in the state.
Also read: FEC begs states to take over federal roads
The governor noted that Calabar was cut off from the rest of
the state and other neighbouring states due to the state of bad roads.
The state of the roads in Calabar have been noted as very
bad as the minister himself had to come see for himself.
Fashola has stated that he will be strategically improving roads in the country and it will take time to fix them all.
For more on this story visit Vanguard