Buhari’s Aide Replies ‘No Be Road We Go Chop’ Comment
– Twitter user urges Buhari to look at other sectors apart from construction.
– Buhari’s administration had embarked on massive infrastructural development.
Tolu Ogunlesi, a presidential aide has replied a social media user who urged him to tell his boss, President Muhammadu Buhari to tourch other sectors too as the people won’t be eating the roads.
The Buhari administration had embarked on massive infrastructural development with road construction being on its top burner.
The administration is aiming to connect roads that will aid transportation of goods from the rural areas to the urban in order to have excess food in circulation and reduce the cost of purchase which will thereby increase the purchasing power of the consumers.
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The Twitter user, @ukpono88 wrote: “Weldone bro. Please tell oga at the top to touch the economy and other sectors too. No be road we go chop, BTW I am not hungry o, but I can’t feed everyone around me with what I have. This country hard for some people Bros.”
Weldone bro. Please tell oga at the top to touch economy and other sectors too. No be road we go chop, BTW I am not hungry o, but I can’t feed everryone around me with what I have. This country hard for some people Bros.
— FIBONACCI RATIO (@ukpono88) April 16, 2019
Reacting to the tweet, Ogunlesi said : “Was going to reply you, then I saw ‘no be road we go chop’ and I lost enthusiasm. Doxology to you, bro. Stay bless.”
Was going to reply you, then I saw ‘no be road we go chop’ and I lost enthusiasm. Doxology to you, bro. Stay bless. https://t.co/mPictLrYPh
— tolu ogunlesi (@toluogunlesi) April 16, 2019
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According to the tweets retweeted by Ogunlesi today via Tracka, a Nigerian civic technology organisation which enables people to collaborate, track and give feedback on public projects in their community, the rehabilitation of Enugu-Port Harcourt Dual Carriage Section I: Lokpanta-Umuahia in Abia State which was awarded for N4 Billion and rehabilitation of outstanding section of Onitsha-Enugu Expressway: Amansea-Enugu State Border awarded for N5.1 Billion are ongoing.