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Onitsha Head bridge traffic jams and gridlocks caused by Nigerian (Millitary) by Isaacoko(f) : 9:47 AM On 2016
Christmas is around the corner and Igbo's don't joke with the celebration of Christmas every year but personally i have one problem that has been bothering not just me but many who pass through In and Out of Onitsha Head bridge is the Nigerian Amy blocking the road forcing heavy duty trucks and other vehicles to pass through one line while there are many spaces being blocked by Nigerian Amy for their own God knows reasons.
Am sure many of us have experienced the traffic jams and gridlocks between Onitsha Head bridge but my question remains, is the Amy trying to Protect and guide the nation or to cause inconveniences to the people?
I am using this opportunity to beg the federal government and the Military in particular to excise their duties elsewhere and not on the only bridge we have or else during this Christmas period people will spend not less than 5-10 hours just to pass through Onitsha Head bridge to their various destinations.
Having only one bridge to south east is already an inconveniences but with Amy blocking some part of the road causing traffic jams and gridlocks will be disastrous, i believe that federal government and the military will not cause any harm to their people than to protect and make life easier for them.
Let not forget that the Onitsha Head bridge traffic jams and gridlocks is not only causing inconveniences to the people but also killing the bridge because of the overload of carrying 100's of heavy duty trucks and cars at a time and to allow the bridge to last we should avoid any activity/operation of any kind that will encourage the traffic jams and gridlocks.
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