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Warri South LG chairman shuts down roads

The Warri South local government area of Delta has announced the temporary closure of some roads in the metropolis.

• November 14, 2022

The Warri South local government area of Delta has announced the temporary closure of some roads in the metropolis.

The local government’s chairman, Michael Tidi, announced this in a statement on Sunday.

He stated that the closure would last for about a week, beginning Monday (today).

The affected roads included the Ubeji Roundabout, Okere Square and the

Edjeba Community Road from SPDC Gate.

Though he did not specify reasons for the temporary closure, he advised motorists plying the roads to use alternate routes.

“Ubeji Roundabout will be closed between 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. So, motorists plying the route should use the Elizabeth Close. Motorists plying the Okere Square should use alternate routes like Eboh Road and Warri/Sapele Road,” the statement explained. “Those plying the Edjeba Community Road from SPDC Gate should use the DBS Warri route as alternative.” 


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