First suspension bridge in West-Africa.

April 30, 2013 – Governor Fashola Builds Lekki-Ikoyi Lagos Suspension Bridge; First Of It’s Kind In West Africa (Pictures)

For those who are not aware, the present Governor of Lagos state Nigeria, Babatunde Raji Fashola has completed the first suspension bridge in West-Africa.

Lekki-Ikoyi suspension bridge cost a whopping N29 Billion naira an equivalent of 185 million dollars.

The bridge named Alexandra-Admiralty Link bridge is located in Lekki, Lagos and the project was handled by Julius Berger.

To get back the investment on this 1.358km long bridge, toll fees will be collected from motorists who choose to use this convenient ultra modern road.

See more photos of Alexandra-Admiralty Link bridge below;

Alexandra-Admiralty Link Bridge In Lekki Lagos (Pictures)

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