Heavy Downpour Exposes Substandard Road Construction in Anambra: Residents Demand Answers

A recent heavy downpour has exposed the substandard construction of a newly commissioned road in Anambra state, prompting residents to call out Governor Charles Soludo for answers.

A video capturing the aftermath of the rain has gone viral on social media, with many expressing their disappointment and frustration at the state of the road.

The Ochanja market road, which was recently commissioned by Governor Chukwuma Soludo’s administration, was washed off by the heavy rainfall, leaving residents and users of the road in disbelief.

The asphalt coating was scattered and waterlogged in some sections, raising questions about the quality of the construction work.

An X user who shared the video on social media wrote, “Just look at the state of the road after just one rainfall.

What exactly did we do to deserve this, @CCSoludo?” The post has since garnered significant attention and sparked a debate on the government’s commitment to providing quality infrastructure to its citizens.

The viral video has captured the attention of both local and international media, with Linda Ikeji’s Blog reporting on the incident.

The state government, however, has yet to issue a response to the video or address the concerns raised by residents.

As the story unfolds, it remains to be seen whether Governor Soludo will respond to the public outcry and take responsibility for the road’s substandard construction.

The incident has highlighted the need for greater transparency and accountability in government projects, particularly those involving public infrastructure.

The recent heavy downpour in Anambra has exposed the poor quality of a newly commissioned road, leading residents to demand answers from Governor Charles Soludo.

The viral video has sparked a conversation about the need for better oversight and accountability in government projects, and the state government’s response is eagerly awaited.

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